Originally Posted by jfoxtrot9
There is the same issue with the Lawn Solutions. I have found in these situations, which is most of the time, and when going up a ramp, that it helps to lift up on the bottom of the handles. This pushes the front wheels down giving them more traction. It isn't perfect, but it's better.
Exactly. ALWAYS hold up on the tine depth bail bar when loading or unloading this machine on a ramped trailer. #1 it will give the front end more weight and will pull the machine right up the ramp. #2 it will keep the bail from dropping down on you when loading/unloading, causing tine damage to wood flooring in the process.