So why doesn't she want a canopy? Maybe once she has the right style canopy she wouldn't be so against them. The LOLM drives an S10 with a 1 height canopy & flip up to open windows On sides & back & she says that it has good visibility all around. Also most trucks have much better mirrors than they used to.
I wouldn't have it without a canopy with big windows that hinge up to open on both sides & the back, Once you have one you'll never look back. Even better cab high at the front & going higher at the back for better visibility. With this you can reach anything at the front with ease. Make sure to get the truck that sets down closer to the ground like the trucks did before they went crazy & jacked them all up high. The jacked up ones really wear on you as time goes by. I found this out just being a auto detailer.
I sure hope the bed is longer than 5.5 Inches......Ha Ha!!!!
Get a student driver sign to put on the front & back of the rig when she is towing.
If you haven't already done it & this is a tandem axle trailer wire a blinker light up between the front & back axle on the side of the trailer this is a great help when trying to get over for that exit the snuck up on you, for the person that has just passed the back end of your trailer & can't see the back blinker anymore. Also carry a set of binoculars to for the shotgun rider to look down the road to find that exit ahead of time so you have more room to get over.
Last edited by Bart Leetch; 03-22-2015 at 06:30 PM.
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