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Discussion in 'PopUpPortal TV' started by PopUpSteve, Jan 19, 2019.
Here’s a great example of how to backup a camper.
Hell of a wide street! And i wish you could see the front wheels. They did really good though.
Good movie, he has it down pat and has some great ideas. Thanks for sharing
Man thats what Im most dreading atm before our first camping trip. I can imagine stuck at the site trying to back in the pup and a long line of vehicles waiting to get by... I need to camp more for the practice of backing in the pup. I've backed up a boat and got my pup into my driveway but never tried it at a campsite and as i recall the roads are usually narrower as well as the sites. One day Ill be that good at backing... One day... lol
Take it to an empty parking lot and practice. Backing up my boat is way different than the pup.
I had the same thoughts but still an empty lot is not like a campsite with narrow path and wooded driveway into site. Im sure the width is wider than what i think i remember them being.
I taught my kids to park using orange cones and some laths. Make yourself some poles and practice backing up between them.
My boat is aluminum, I could not see it on some ramps when backing up, I pop riveted small pieces of metal flashing on each side in the back, now I just stick the back up adjustable orange ball one on each side and i can see exactly what the boat is doing, once launched I remove the magnetic items and store back in my TV. Works great for hooking up a trailer too.