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For the pre-trip inspection do they expect you to climb under your truck to inspect the suspension and drive train? If so has anyone brought a mechanics creeper along?

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nfried wrote:

For the pre-trip inspection do they expect you to climb under your truck to inspect the suspension and drive train? If so has anyone brought a mechanics creeper along?


I did, but I was being a smart ass because the girl the first time was being a twit. this is the problem with talking a comercial walk around and just aplying it to a rv setting with out changing things to make sence. one of the thing is to check your oil pressure, how many stock vehicles have oil pressure guages now days, I did say if I had a oil pressure guage I would be checking it when I did mine. basicly memorize the list and for the things you dont have tell them if you had it you would be checking it but you don't so..... but for the suspension I think if you just check for play in the steriong then crank the wheels one way so you can look at it you should be fine for the front. you should be bending down and looking for leaks under the whole vehicle though, and dont forget to go in the trailer and tell them your checking that all the apliances are off and doors secured, and so on....

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