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    help with dragster hitting while loading

    got new trailer that sits about 1 foot higher than old one due to heavy duty axles. dragster has to be jacked up in order to get over dove tail. didnt know if anybody had any ideals.

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    http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Race-R...amps,9855.html or something like this home made or bought. You can also raise up the trailer tongue to 'straighten out the kink'
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    thanks i raised the trailer as high as would go . i went from 24 ft pace shadow to 28 ft pace shadow with heaver axles. that made trailer sit higher.

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    I used to back rear wheels of truck onto repair ramps while loading and unloading , worked perfect and cheap
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    thanks

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    Pitpal 6ft ramp and one of most important things ... 6" bumpers on the back door also.
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    thanks hammertime im aleready do that as we speak

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    Quote Originally Posted by THERATTLER
    I used to back rear wheels of truck onto repair ramps while loading and unloading , worked perfect and cheap

    I do the samething my car is low also :!:
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