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Old 06-02-2021, 12:34 PM   #15
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re: <<but the last 250 feet up to my house is a nightmare! >> Stacked/ screwed 2x lumber at curb gutter can give the 1" to 4-1/2" EXTRA lift that makes the difference Shorter pieces of (2x or rope/ chain) tie L/R together to proper rig (WIDTH w/ allowance) that can LIGHTEN enough to make easy to Move/ Store?
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Old 06-02-2021, 01:06 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Keith55 View Post
Maybe some more info on your specific concern could help.

Oddly I can drive my Rig the entire way across the country no problem but the last 250 feet up to my house is a nightmare!! I literally have to rope the mud flap up. Run into the grass so I hit the driveway partially up the hill so the front doesn't bottom out as I back up. Dont even think about pulling straight up!!

This type of info might help us help you.

I have a similar issue with my driveway. I sit on top of a mountain and my driveway is paved and 15' wide but over 200' long and a very steep grade with multiple turns. I can only back into the parking pad area and if I do not hit the exact right spots my rear end will bottom out every time, I literally have only a couple of inches of space between the tailpipe and the asphalt.

Unsure why this question is being asked for the front end, we have owned both 'C's and A's and the front end has never been a concern since the front over hang is nominal compared to the rear so it rises fairly quickly once the tires hit the grade. If you are bottoming out on the front end you may need to build ramps to reduce the angles.
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