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Old 04-20-2010, 02:12 PM
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Join Date: Mar 2007
Boat: Mastercraft, Prostar 205, 1994, LT1
Location: Rocky Mountains....Colorado Springs
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I did a few things to my trailer to protect our "newly poured" driveway.

When I enter or exit my driveway, the whole rear of the boat is on the "wheely bar".....no scratches in concrete to date!

#1) I added an "add-a-leaf" lift to the spring pack to give me a little more clearance.
#2) I had a welding shop weld on some pads so I could mound some caster wheels to the back end.
#3) Drop your front hitch if possible to be sure your load is level or just slightly down at the tongue.
#4) You can gain a little help backing into the driveway at an angle but they you need to kick it the opposite way to straighten it out. Takes a lot of turning and backing....the best is use some 2x6 wood planks for a temp fix.
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