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Old 06-08-2006, 11:06 PM   #11
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Well, I took it out with boths skis on the trailer today and it didn't seem to bad. I went slow and took my time acceleratiing, and even longer to slow down, have to start slowing WAY in advance now, more then with just one ski behind be. Temperature seemed to be normal, and it didn't seem to be straining too hard to get the load moving, but I only drove with it for about 20 minutes. Hope all goes well this weekend when I have to tow it 62 miles.........
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