On Aug 14, 8:44 pm, pfoglia_at_gmail_dot email@example.com (pfoglia) wrote:
Every reply I read here is good advice.... However , your
requirements are so minimal that it will probably be OK if you
I would suggest that, if you leave your trailer for months at
a time, that you move it back and forth a few feet every month
or two so the tires will be resting on a different chord.....
And, if it rains, and gets soggy, you might have a problem
with your prime mover in pulling it out.... Dry ground -- good
.... wet ground --bad.....
Andy in Eureka, Texas
Eureka, where I have a 19,000 lb motor home sitting on cheap
gravel with no problem at all.....