I would be backing in from the yard side not the driveway side, I drive past my driveway then back in with the truck swinging right.
Thanks for the offer. I tried to figure out if I knew anyone close with a trailer that big but we don't.
It's not so much making the 90 Deg cut into the yard other than being able to do it without swinging up into the neighbors yard across the street with my truck because of the length of the rig, I was most worried about running out of distance and getting to the fence before I got the trailer straight enough to get it inside the fence because of the length of the rig.
I am glad to hear my theory of the trailer turning slower is the case, that is what I was hoping for as it should allow me to keep it straighter when backing it in. I was hoping I could control it easier and not jackknife it to much before being able to swing the truck straight, if it jackknifed too much it would then require some forward and back motions to get it straight, which I had to do once in a while with my X19H if I blew my entry into the spot.
I believe I can do it, thanks for all the help. Now I have to decide do I go with Aluminum or Fiberglass sides
I did receive some info from Jayco about how the FG walls are manufactured and are bonded to the wood studs.
TWP723… LOL… I never noticed that. Good thing I did not type it in wrong when I registered. I've never been one for fancy "handles" for forums so when I was figuring out what to use I had seen someone use the initials of the city and state they lived in then the model of their camper so that is where it came from. Merritt Island Florida 19H (camper at the time) so MIFL19H.