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Old 14 August 2006, 12:02   #1
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F100 power trim

Opps!!! Have a guess how this happened then...
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Old 14 August 2006, 12:51   #2
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Jacking the trailer up with the leg to change a tyre???
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Taking a narrow corner too wide with the leg raised (on the trailer of course)
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Jacking the trailer up with the leg to change a tyre???

can you do that ?
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Launching engine down to shallow.
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Running over a submerged object at high speed?
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can you do that ?
I suppose so but I wouldn't want to try it!!! You could put a big block of wood under the skeg and trim down.......
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I would have thought it could be done by having the engine locked somehow in position and using the power trim without relizing. Was it attached to the trailer or leg strapped in position when it happened?

Whatever happened I recon you where using the hydraulics at the time .

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