Originally posted by mstacey
Shogun is a lot wider than Suzuki Jeeps hence the Suzi driver might need extended mirrors to have vison to the rear of his load whilst the shogun driver towing same load may be able to see to the rear with his normal wing mirrors bla bla bla ...
The only time I've been able to clearly see behind when trailing the rib was when we borrowed one of the 3.5 ton flatbeds from work which are very wide anyway - made towing on the motorway nice and easy.
With my last van, I used to be able to see under the boat at traffic behind, but with my current van, although it's wider, when in a straight line, anyone up close behind I cannot see.
I was wondering at what point you have to put extensions on the wing mirrors for this, and if anyone actually does for towing their ribs around the country?