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Guy almost wrecks GT350 loading it on trailer

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Looks like the right front wheel ran over something the second time he put it in, maybe the inner fender of the trailer wheels?

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Right at 2:00 he hits the internal fender for the trailer I think. Looks like just the tire went over it, hopefully the car has enough ground clearance to keep the body work safe.

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I watched it without audio earlier, so let me get this right, they went in the first time and it started sliding (Due to cold tires and limited traction) so they back out and tried going in faster, what a bunch of Morons!!!! Sorry but that is just stupid.

 

I wouldn't put it in a trailer that tight period, I honestly can not believe people are this foolish.

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Well, it wasn't meant to be driven in snow. Trailer was the right call. But unless you have KITT as a Co pilot, and your name is Michael Knight, you should not be practicing speed loading into a trailer door.

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I watched it without audio earlier, so let me get this right, they went in the first time and it started sliding (Due to cold tires and limited traction) so they back out and tried going in faster, what a bunch of Morons!!!! Sorry but that is just stupid.

 

I wouldn't put it in a trailer that tight period, I honestly can not believe people are this foolish.

Car never slide...they just did not center car driving in....

 

I typically will load my car favoring the passenger side so I have room to get out of the drivers side.

 

 

 

Second time, looks like he hit the wheel wheel with the tire.

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According to the guy taking video it slid, just curious what makes you think it didn't?

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Watching the video, I did not see a "slide"...I have loaded heavy equipment and many cars on trailers. You would see it "slide".

 

But, I have been wrong before..

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I can't see it slide either, but both people taking the video seem to think it did.

 

Who knows, foolish going in that fast regardless IMO

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He drove up the inner fender of the trailer. It looked dramatic. Probably scratched up the wheel.

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He drove up the inner fender of the trailer. It looked dramatic. Probably scratched up the wheel.

 

Was thinking the same thing....

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