Rolling it over
As I'm sure you know, the engine is in peices and mid "total rebuild", so I decided to tidy up the transom....which led to me deciding to do the underside as well. Suffice to say it;s a pain in the **** trying to remove antifoul with it still on the trailer.
The quickest & easiest way to remove said antifoul will be to roll it over. My question: am I better having the toobs pumped hard, which may risk a puncture should it find something sharp on the ground I missed, but give a lot better control while rolling it , or should I have them a bit soft to simulate a sand tyre on a trailer and spread the load a bit, but risk it doing something random as a result of the soft toobs?
Thoughts would be appreciated. My current favourite is to fine comb the ground in the "roll zone" and go with hard toobs.