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Trailer is going straight, hitch is taking a turn.

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That is a Ram-Steer trailer. They just rammed into it backing up when the tongue snapped. My Sledbed trailer did same thing after a 100 mile trip north. Tilted the trailer to unload. As soon as it tilted the tongue fell to the ground with the wires holding the trailer from rolling. This brand trailer is notorious for pivot bolt seizing to aluminum and snapping. Then wait until you try to get out seized pieces. Not. Air chisel wouldn't work. We had to drill new bolt location. Installed oil-lite bronze sleeve into aluminum first and grade 8 thru that.

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I resleeved my sledbed pivot bolts too a few years ago,I can't complain I've had it since 04 and it has hauled all kids of things all over New England,from hot tubs to hog pens.

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Why is there a mustang at the trail head and were they towing the trailer with it?...oh and the trailer is screwed LOL

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Except for lousy ground clearance, the Mustang with sand bags in the trunk and excellent snows all around, was a very good tow vehicle. No kidding!

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