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#196 - Picture 11/02/2016 on No Fap November +2
#10 - #9  [+] (2 replies) 10/05/2016 on Weight distribution 0
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#72 - seferofe (10/05/2016) [-]
If you want to mention a comment put >> before the number. No need for a # or a space.
#73 - bluewaffers (10/05/2016) [-]
>>#9 sweet. i remember people doing it before i just never paid attention to how.
#9 - its called fishtailing this is why you nee…  [+] (14 replies) 10/05/2016 on Weight distribution +25
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#77 - confusedasian (10/06/2016) [-]
Oi cullrrrrva.
#45 - anon (10/05/2016) [-]
mustang's will to crash so prevalent it makes the car towing it crash
#74 - bluewaffers (10/05/2016) [-]
even though its a BMW as it the one towing it
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#22 - kuroka (10/05/2016) [-]
you have to speed up, pulls everything forward and should reduce some of the swinging.
#50 - olioh (10/05/2016) [-]
how would speeding up fix it? explain to me shouldnt it be breaking that would move the stuff towards the front not speeding
#58 - kuroka (10/05/2016) [-]
well you can brake in the middle of the freeway and spin out just like every person who had this problem. You can clearly tell peoples main reaction is to brake in every one of these videos, they start slowing down, it causes the swinging momentum to be stronger than that of the momentum which is pulling everything forward. It works kinda like riding a bike, if you start losing balance you don't slow down else lose even more balance, you speed up and that makes it so the force pulling everything forward is greater than that of the side swinging. Also speeding up "pulls" everything forward, not the just things in the back.
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#62 - olioh (10/05/2016) [-]
if u have a truck that starts doing that, not a tiny car with a trailer, would you still recommend hitting the gas? i mean a truck with the cabin and cargo space fixed together and that cant be separated and yes, i know hitting the brakes with full force would be a bad thing in anycase scenario, especially if u fkd up tying ur cargo and it starts moving side ways sorry for the very broken english
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#63 - kuroka (10/05/2016) [-]
yes, you flooring it would jolt everything forward, truck, car, suv, doesnt matter. Anyways this is just your last resort to the problem, the real problem is you loading stuff in correctly. You would never have to deal with the problem if you had just loaded in everything correctly and drove safely.
#64 - olioh (10/05/2016) [-]
oki doki, tought it was the axel or some other shit on the trailers that did that when loaded incorrectly. thx for the answers tho ! tbh i should know all of this but been so long since i finished logistics school that im rusty
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#21 - Zaxplab (10/05/2016) [-]
"OH KURWA"
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#11 - superpower (10/05/2016) [-]
So if this person had a trailer that was longer, maybe able to support a second car but didn't have a second car, everything wouldn't have flipped?
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#81 - lovot (10/08/2016) [-]
if the axle is moved back a few feet, it stabilizes everything, usually the axle is closer to the back, which solves this problem. If you have seen normal trailers, you would probably notice that one looks a bit off. Semi trailers have the wheels very close to the back for maximum stability
#12 - bluewaffers (10/05/2016) [-]
if you look the bmw's rear wheels they're practically on the end of the trailer, and if its one of the bmws with 50/50 weight distribution, then most of the weight is behind the rear axle. had they scooted it up as far as possible, getting most of the weight near the front of the trailer it may have been avoided. but yes the trailer was a little small and the axles were really far up into the center.
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