I got sidetracked, pest customers asking 'it's raining, are you coming tomorrow, should I leave the gate unlocked?'
(I'm not sure, it's not tomorrow yet!)
Ando, good to see the overslung axle in your pics, they tend to help with road stability (lower centre of gravity)
anyway… the point was, for you and others
Trailers are great on flat terrain/straight roads but throw in some road slime, hills/curves/off camber bends or an EMERGENCY hazard evasion situation and the trailer forgets that something is towing it.
Edit: I have had one in my rear view mirror for more than 30 years, I've crashed them, lost 'em, had wheels fall off, had one go past me and many times driven down the range roads (Kuranda/Gillies) in the wet at 10km/hr and still sliding…
Edited by Grae, 21 November 2018 - 05:20 PM.