Rear end dragging on pavement
Does it happen to you guys often that the rear end of the fiver touch the paement when you go up a steep incline ?
I own a 371flfs witch is fairly long and when I went to my mothers place there's a steep incline and the back did touch for about 6 to 8 feet. I knew it would be close so when I made the left turn from the main road and began to clib the hill , I was listening with the window down for grinding noise. Sure enough it did scraped but it was the brackets for the receiver hitch on the back. no damage done on the trailer, but did leave some 1 inch deep scars in the pavement. Any idea how to prevent this ? wood planks is fairly complicated since it is on a major road and there is traffic there.
I was thinking to weld some kind of metal rollers to the frame.