Last weekend I was pulling my trailer home to park it and my brake lights reflected off the front of my 5th wheel and I could not see to back it in my spot. I had to take my jacket and cover the lights so I could see. What do you all do to get past this problem? This was the first time I pulled at night with this trailer. George Loose That Cat!! Let it breath.
2005 F350 6.0 Diesel
Ready Lift Leveling Kit
Well, first you take out your tire-iron, walk to the back of the truck, and then.......... Seriously, I had a pull behind, and never had this problem! How about some dark paint on that section of the trailer. Seems drastic, but....... You could also find the wires to the backup lights, and add a switch to them, but being sure not to affect the backup lights on the 5th wheel!
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