Tractor trailor steering wheel covers

tractor trailor steering wheel covers

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If everything looks good, get back into the tractor and turn the steering wheel all the way to the right. Continue to back while looking mainly in the left-flat mirror. Stop just before the rear drive tire touches the first yellow line. Turn the steering wheel all the way towards the tandems or to the left. Back up until the tractor until it is in the box or until you see your are about to encroach out of the box.

It’s your line of sight. when looking at your landing gear through the driver side mirror. You want to line up your landing gear in the mirror. Keep backing until you see them. when you do start turning the steering wheel back in the other direction. This will get you trailer positioned correctly for a smooth completion in offset backing and parallel parking.

Let me know if you have additional questions. Thanks guys and Happy Holidays!!

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