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I loaded the Jeep on the new trailer and it was at that moment that I realize I should have bought the tilt. :unknown: In all seriousness, I like what I have, but the tilt would have been a whole new world of nice! I went the cheap way out and I sort of regret it...

But all worked out and everything fits as expected.

I alsol should add that I would have thought I over bought if I would have bought the tilt...:laugh:
 

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Looks good Brian...You goin' wheelin' or just test-fitting?
 

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We are going to get a makor storm tonight. Some channels are saying we are getting 2" of ice and 6" of snow and others are saying 12" of snow. Either way, I figured I would load up the jeep and put the trailer in the barn. No need to have it covered in ice.
 

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We got snow. LOL... The drifting was the biggest issue. I have to laugh at this because my wife is normally a very good driver. She has learned to drive offroad and it has gave here a ton of help on-road in bad weather.

BUT, today she had a lapse of judgement. She says she did not know the drift was so large. It was a solid 4 footer and she had the denalli on the frame. It was everything my little F150 had to bump her out with the strap. She was so deep, her and the kids had to climb out the rear door. We are both still laughing over this. At least she was in our driveway.
 

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We just got about 6" of snow last night...I am SO ready for spring!
 

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We got snow. LOL... The drifting was the biggest issue. I have to laugh at this because my wife is normally a very good driver. She has learned to drive offroad and it has gave here a ton of help on-road in bad weather.

BUT, today she had a lapse of judgement. She says she did not know the drift was so large. It was a solid 4 footer and she had the denalli on the frame. It was everything my little F150 had to bump her out with the strap. She was so deep, her and the kids had to climb out the rear door. We are both still laughing over this. At least she was in our driveway.
That is something that is very easy to do, misjudge drifts. I have found that drifts and snow depth while sitting in the vehicle is very easy to under estimate. Hey, at least it was in the driveway.:good2:
 
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