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Old 24 August 2005, 15:07   #11
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Personally,I'd put the rope around my neck and find a strong tree if I had to drive the Sedona!! Joke! :-)

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Old 28 August 2005, 15:36   #12
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Originally Posted by tcwozere
Personally, I leave the winch strap attached, and a precautionary rope looped from the "U" bolt to the trailer.. You don't really wanna stop the car and trailer at the bottom of the slip, and look in the rear view as the rib gracefully slides off the rollers..
I'd second that advice too.

Even worse would be having to brake for some reason before the bottom of the slip . . .

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