Originally Posted by Skipper
Seriously, the C clamp idea seems pretty good. I have the little tool that came with the UFP but it just falls out if it is not under pressure from backing. I attached it to a stiff wire and wrapped that around the trailer. When I put the block in place I pull and twist the wire and it all stays in place. Not the most convenient method but I only need it to back up the driveway at home.
Two inexpensive block magnets on either side of the post for that little tool will hold it in place.
Agree that the c-clamp idea is impressive. Fortunately, my Dorsey trailer has a switch that locks out the actuator.
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