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Precautions When Towing Flat Trailer Shifting

Time: 2020-03-05 Category: Industry Information Tag: Flat Trailer Shifting
Summary: 1. When the driver is pulling the Flat Trailer in the driver's gear, whether it is high-speed gear or low-speed gear, it should be shifted at an appropriate speed to avoid the traction of the Flat Trailer to slow down or shake between shifts. Also, remember that the clutch must be fully depressed when shifting.

1. When the driver is pulling the Flat Trailer in the driver's gear, whether it is high-speed gear or low-speed gear, it should be shifted at an appropriate speed to avoid the traction of the Flat Trailer to slow down or shake between shifts. Also, remember that the clutch must be fully depressed when shifting.

2. When pulling the Flat Trailer forward, avoid switching to reverse gear. Also, when pulling the Flat Trailer to slide backwards, avoid switching to the forward gear. It is important to note that it is important to wait until the traction Flat Trailer has completely stopped before shifting.

3. When you stop on a slope due to a red light or other reasons, you should use the brakes to stop pulling the Flat Trailer. Never use the engine's power to drag the Flat Trailer to prevent it from sliding backwards. For example, some drivers prefer to use a half-press clutch and a half-stroke to prevent the car from retreating, but this can result in wear on the engine and transmission. Good operation methods have a great impact on the service life of the vehicle, so the maintenance of the traction Trail Trailer during running-in is essential.

4. In addition, it is also very important for the maintenance of the traction Flat Trailer. Under normal circumstances, the better maintenance of the traction Flat Trailer is to maintain it once every six months, that is, to add butter to the grease mouth on the turntable.