Originally Posted by SmokerBill
I did that once. I tried to cut it too sharp backing up and ended up creasing my truck bumper slightly where it pushed against the propane tank. No TT damage, though.
I've done it once or twice. Luckily it was with a boat, and I was going slow, so it made "gentle" contact, didn't bend anything.
Originally Posted by dennis b
Well, that's good then, right? So long as you were able to get out of it without damaging anything, all is well! Nothing hurt but maybe the pride!
Go slow and pay attention, and you should be able to avoid it in the future. I usually will just give up and start over, or come at it from a different angle, or just give up on the spot completely, long before I get to a jackknife situation. But then my trailer is really friggin' long (for me), so I avoid tight spaces at all costs.
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