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    Storage on a 2008 FX SHO Crusier

    Hey, this is probably a dumb question.. but is it alright that my new SHO has sat with the nose down for a month. I did not seat the trailer so it was level before i left for a detachment. I usually prop the nose of the trailer up, but forgot to..will this hurt..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobold View Post
    Hey, this is probably a dumb question.. but is it alright that my new SHO has sat with the nose down for a month. I did not seat the trailer so it was level before i left for a detachment. I usually prop the nose of the trailer up, but forgot to..will this hurt..
    ur cool man.....get on that biatch.......rip n tear it up and enjoy.......

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    I would, but its winterized and put up... Summer will be here before we know it...just sucks, because its brand new...0 hrs.... But, when summer is here and i have alot of vacation time that must be used up... 30 + days...I will break her in then...Thanks for the reply.. I just did not know if it would hurt all the oil sitting in the front from not sitting level.

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    As long as it wasn't at a 45* you should be fine. I would not worry about it.

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    What do you mean... its just sitting nose down.. I usually prop the trailer up and keep it level...I just forgot to prop the trailer nose up.

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    I'm just saying that you will be fine. The tongue of the trailer sitting on the ground only puts the ski at about a 10* angle. You have nothing to worry about. If it was sitting vertical for any period of time you might have something to be concerned about.

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