Hello everyone I have a question I have a 30ft class c. And it bottoms out more than I would like entering and exiting service stations. I have a towbar on the back with skid plates and I am thinking of adding skid wheels. My question is when adding the wheels do I make them longer then the skid plates themselves or equal to the skid plates I figured if I made them longer than the skid plates when the pressure forces down they will be equal with the skid plates anyone with experience on this thanks.
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When adding skid wheels on the back, it has been my understanding and belief that only one wheel should be installed to prevent both tires from becoming high-center entering or exiting a steep driveway.