Originally Posted by CampRock
We have a 2012 swift and we tow with a toyota tacoma 4x4... We a very slight incline in our driveway...if we have nothing in the bed of the truck we can get the TT in the driveway with no problem, if we have stuff in the bed of the truck....scraaaaaaaaaapeeeee. Because the swift has like a 3 inch clearence.
Do you think a WDH would help with this? It is annoying to have to wait to load the truck AFTER we pull it onto the street.
I've tried a few different ways, as we've scraped a couple times as well.
For backing it in, leave wd bars on, then put blocks of wood under the back tires of your truck, then back in. My problem, besides scraping, was trying to get WD bars off of truck once we had trailer parked. A 2x8, 12 inches long, made it a lot easier. I also lay a 2x6 at the end of the driveway on the road, because it's when my back tires on truck are at it's lowest, thus making the front of the trailer really low as well.
So, to answer your question. Yes, get WD bars ;-)