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william3
    
Where should I locate the escape door on a new 24 ft. V nose trailer?
I am ordering a 24 ft. V nose enclosed trailer and am wondering where to place the left side escape door. I plan on using the trailer for mainly storing the car and will be placing the car as far back as possible to use the front of the trailer for other things. The back edge of my car door is 96" from the back bumper and the center of the door is 115". The escape door will be 54" wide.
posted: January 20, 2012
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
i would first locate the spot where tounge weight is corect for towing. to place the car to far back would possibly make to light at hitch whtch is not good, as it could steer towing vehicle from rear.balance is very important
posted:  January 20, 2012
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