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I recently moved and when I tried to back my 33' Citation travel trailer into the driveway, I found that the angle between the road and the uphill slope of the driveway caused my trailer to bottom out on the driveway. I tried coming in from different angles and such and even tried bulding ramps/platforms with no luck. Is there a temporary way to raise the rear of the trailer at least 6 inches? Some sort of lift or even air bag type device? The other idea is to lower the rear of my F250 but I think that may cause me to bottom out at the hitch. I don't want to spend a fortune but at this point I'm out of ideas. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
I thought about the caster wheels, and even weld them on the frame, but would they support the weight if at least 2 (maybe more) out of 4 trailer wheels were off the ground for several feet? My attempts have all been without the WD bars, but I haven't tried a drop hitch so that may be next. Thanks for the tips. I might just have to combine a few ideas to get where I need to be.
He said a 33 footer, Smoky. I dunno many lightweight 33 footers. But then I haven't seen everything either.
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