The Roehl 45 backing method explanation?

Discussion in 'Roehl' started by 1278PA, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. 1278PA

    1278PA Road Train Member

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    I did a quick drawing I'm pretty sure this is how it goes. Sorta zigzagging it into a 45 angle. IMG_20171220_170101131.jpg
     
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  2. shogun

    shogun Heavy Load Member

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    The 45 degree back is easiest on your tires too. It’s a much smoother transition into the space with far few pull ups when done correctly. If I am not heavy, the 41 foot mark over the back tire provides enough overhang to back tightly without worrying about your right side hitting anything next to you. Just chase it smoothly and you are in like Flynn.
     
  3. Home_on_wheels

    Home_on_wheels Road Train Member

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    LOL, try that in a small Pilot. You be done hit 6 trucks.
     
  4. Justrucking2

    Justrucking2 Road Train Member

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    If I watch this stuff I'll never be able to hit a hole again! LOL!
     
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