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Backing and alley

Ive came across this afew times many have told me you cant 90 a spread axle

McElroy will probably teach you how to back a spread. We do some things a bit different. A true 90 with a loaded spread can result in a tipped over trailer or a tire popped off the rim.

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Backing and alley

I choose it cause of the hometime they offer plus they are local to me in alabama plus i heard they are a good company think they offerd .51 cpm

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Im joning mclroy truck lines may 8th jist trying to prep take in all information and tripping they are going to be more focus on my backing and lane controll since i already have learners premit have expreince shifting and down Shifting

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Are you trying to do this on your own? We highly recommend getting professional training. You're going to need a 160 hour training certificate when you start trying to find a job.

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i know this company very well... if you only have your permit... your going to driving school right off the bat and then them.

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Backing and alley

Only habits im taking with me knowing how to shift i drive a 13 speed tri axle dump truck now i want to focus on what i need the most which is backing lol but im open to everything im not going in knowning it all

You’re overthinking things a bit. You need to learn to back a trailer the way that McElroy wants it performed. Don’t worry about it now, and don’t go there with any bad habits you will need to un-learn. You’ll be fine!

Posted:  5 months ago

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Backing and alley

Im joning mclroy truck lines may 8th jist trying to prep take in all information and tripping they are going to be more focus on my backing and lane controll since i already have learners premit have expreince shifting and down Shifting

Are you trying to do this on your own? We highly recommend getting professional training. You're going to need a 160 hour training certificate when you start trying to find a job.

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Backing and alley

I have no experience backing any kind of trailor all i know is left is right, right is left on the steerinwheel

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Anyone have tips and tricks on the backing off set alley dont have to parallel Here thankss

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Jason Give us a little more info on where you are with your training and what backing instruction you are currently getting. If you do this, then you can be given better advice.

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Backing and alley

Anyone have tips and tricks on the backing off set alley dont have to parallel Here thankss

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Signed on with McElroy Truck Lines -- Starting School March 4th

I start with mclroy may 8th 2019 in cuba alabama im from alabama lol give me Pros and cons about?? I will get my Class A with them im already a class B holder

Posted:  5 months, 1 week ago

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Hey new here

Hey guys my name is jason im new ill be starting school at the end of the Year with a local cdl school/company (Mcroy) i choose them cause of the weekly Home im really nervuse about the whole thing Especially backing i a current holder of a class B cdl driving Manual transmissions Double clutching hand floating but no experience backing trailor

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