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for Eric - re: trailering

    It occured to me that you didn't state whether your flat-bed
trailer had a front wall; if so, and you pull the front tire up
against this wall, you'll not need front wheel chocks on the floor. 
You will, however, want to tack a couple pieces of 2"X4" or some such
to this front wall for the front of the tire to slide into.  These
will keep the front tire from turning to one side, which they seem to
like to do and which loosens the tie-downs and allows a lot of very
disconcerting movement in your rear view mirror.

                            Have fun;
                                       doggydo   - - - o%\o

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