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I've struggled getting mine onto a utility trailer due to the low lift height of the blower - When you back up, if the blower begins to scrape, there is some play above the max hydraulic lift point. When I back onto the trailer, once the blower begins to scrape, it will move up past the max lift height (the ground pushing the blower further up as I back up) - this allows me to get up onto the trailer without getting hung up

Not ideal, but has worked OK. Your situation looks less steep than mine, so you might just clear it. Keep us posted
 

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Yep- I have tried that when loading onto the trailer as well depending on slope of ground I was on, but hopefully you won’t even need to
 
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