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Old 05-27-2005 09:36:23 AM
Description: While I do not like backing up with a tandem trailer, a single axle trailer is not too difficult to back up once you have gotten the hang of it. For this reason the smaller the trailer the better. You'll also have to think about how you want to carry all the little things that go along with the engine (i.e. gas can, grease, hand towels, hand cleaner, or aluminum polish and wax for you maytag owners. Small, nicely done, box on the trailer can look attractive and is much safer place to carry that gallon gas can (than inside a closed vehicle).
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