Just to be academic...,
I've always thought that you could back a TT into tighter spots then a 5er. This is good and bad depending on how you (I) look at it. When I had a 23' TT, backing it up, it was relatively easy to get the backend of the TT jacknifed because of the pivot point being so far from the truck axles. This is bad if you don't want to jacknife the TT and good if you can control it well enough to get into that tricky parking spot. My 2 subsequent 5ers seem easier to back up because they are more dummy proof (good) but can't rapidly make squirrely turns (bad) if you really want super flexibility.
And about parking a rig at someone else's house. I tried that same operation last week and could not claim the cuppee doll (bad) but at least did not have to call a roofer to come in and fix the guy's house (good). Parking my old 5er (32') into the side lot of the new owner's house but on slanted ground with about a total of 10' of clearance between house and fence and with a 8'6" wide trailer. The very slanted ground pitched the top of the 5er VERY close to the roof overhang of the house (2") and it was pitch dark out when the attempts were made. Still I love a challenge and tried numerous times. Finally left the 5er out on the street. New owner can either level his side yard or pay for the repairs to his house by himself.
Do i get a free dinner??
F350 PSD 4x4 SRW, BanksBrake, FOX res shocks, MagHytec, DP tuner, JohnWood tranny;
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