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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Braveheart, Sep 19, 2006.
That will never happen again!
hey you live you learn and it only makes you better
Everybody makes mistakes. At least you learned from it! Any damage to your mowers in the ordeal?
the first time I drove my mower onto my new trailer I did the same thing. the front end shot up in the air so I put the mower in reverse backed up and the trailer landed with a crash. You gotta learn some where
where is a camera when you need it
yup **** happens to all of us. like my dad says "tomorrow is another day"
That probly didn't make a very good first impression. But a few months ago, I had to take a persons exmark Z mower doohickey and wash it, then when I went to take it off my trailer, the hitch came off, I see the van vanish in a hurry. And the tailgate of my trailer came off, so I was ready to scream, because I was all by my self, and this gate weighed about 250 lbs, and I couldn't get it back on.
That's sad. Stick to lawns.
I learned to be sure to hook up my trailer before loading in the same way. I was loading my Craftsman rider when all of a sudden the front end of that trailer went up like a super-charged span on a draw bridge. I slammed the transmission into a forward gear, and boy what a loud sound the trailer hitch made when it came to rest on the ball. I will never do that again(I hope) as long as I am not rushing. We must take our time and think about what we are about to do, what we are doing or what we have done to be safe out there.