Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by Drifter1980, Jan 22, 2022.
What's the hardest thing about backing up a trailer
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Pushing in the clutch pedal is probably the hardest part.
Especially if your clutch grabs super high like mine and your trying to just ease on back gently... good God almighty takes about 240 pounds of pressure..
To turn stiff neck 180 degree to the left)
Install easy clutch, lower the engagement spot on the pedal, exercise with sit ups, eat no sugar..)
Praying someone doesn’t do a 1/4 mile test on their truck behind you as your backing up.
Blindside off a busy street