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DE88ROX wrote:

My new TT came with one of these already installed on the tongue jack.
I installed one on mine, love it, saved my but many times now.

- Ken


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kpratte wrote:

DE88ROX wrote:

My new TT came with one of these already installed on the tongue jack.
I installed one on mine, love it, saved my but many times now.

- Ken


and its the simplest idea!! Its crazy!! Few less boards I'll have to lay down. Although I probably still lay down one at least, but in the end, its less cranking!


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DE88ROX wrote:

and its the simplest idea!! Its crazy!! Few less boards I'll have to lay down. Although I probably still lay down one at least, but in the end, its less cranking!
Correct, you still need a board, in some situations.. If you have enough clearance, you just put the foot down, but if you don't you can flip it into a kneeling position and put the board under the "knee" so you can literally drop the tongue into the dirt.

- Ken

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