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Subdeacon Joe

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I never thought of mumbly-peg with trailers before.

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Hooking on the hitch?

Not so much.

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Tie downs must have been correct.  Everything held.  Should have paid more attention to the hitch.

 

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Wife did the Hitch ,,,,,,

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Anyone else notice there are no tires left on the trailer?

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17 hours ago, SHOOTIN FOX said:

Anyone else notice there are no tires left on the trailer?

The tractor was not perfectly centered on the trailer.  When the hood latch broke, that created an unbalanced wind resistance like a sail.  The trailer began to whip which ripped the wheels from the axles, causing the trailer to roll.  When the trailer rolled, the safety pin fell out of the hitch causing it to disconnect from the truck in the direction of the whip.  As the trailer went off tail first and dug in, the KE of the tractor carried it upward towards the sky.  Ending with this picture.  The Amish will be interested in this newly converted skid trailer but not in the tractor.

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