mdycrk wrote:It ain't much, but it gets the job done. I'm looking through this at some sweet decoys trailers, but I can't imagine pulling a truck and trailer out into some of these wet mucky fields we have.
mdycrk wrote:It ain't much, but it gets the job done. I'm looking through this at some sweet decoys trailers, but I can't imagine pulling a truck and trailer out into some of these wet mucky fields
Lonegoose32 wrote:This is what my trailer looked like when a lady on her phone hit into me at 50 mph when at a dead stop during rush hour traffic on major highway. Trailer came off ball after impact and slammed into my truck and continued to slide grinding into pavement. Took 6 troopers to get nose up just to get it on flat bed. $6500 in damage to my truck and trailer destroyed front and back.
War Wagon wrote::censored: DAM
Glad to hear you are OK, this has been a fear of mine since I bought my rig in 2006. I even put a extra pair of brake lights up higher and got some Hi Viz Red and White reflector tape to outline the back of my trailer.
I might have not helped in you case but I always feel I'm out there at night just about the time the drunks are leaving the bars.
Tin is Tin, you can fix that. The best thing is YOU ARE OK......
dakotashooter2 wrote:People who cause accidents because they are on their phone should have to pay double.......................
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