Is this in your garage? I had the chance to have one on my garage but wanted to fit a suburban if I needed to inside the garage.FirstEsv said:When I drive the truck in, I slowly drive it in until I feel it gently hit the concrete slab. The tires are not on top of the edge, just hitting against it. Thanks all for your input, it's just my OCD kicking in. I can try to park so that the tires are not against the edge, just a lot of running in and out of the truck to check. It's annoying that when I feel it nudge the edge, I put it on neutral, but sometimes, putting into neutral inches it back too much and I have to redo it. This truck is the largest vehicle I have ever driven, so I'm still learning.
Yep, it's in my garage. When we built our house, I never thought about this before (now I know to never get this concrete slab built). We never had such a long vehicle before. For the next house I built, it's going to be an over-sized garage.Is this in your garage? I had the chance to have one on my garage but wanted to fit a suburban if I needed to inside the garage.
Thanks for the peace of mind.Even if you parked hard up against it, it wouldn't be an issue. Flat spots take a VERY long time to develop, as in months with the vehicle motionless.
Hmm...interesting. I never heard of this before. I do use the parking brake if this matters.Your rim should be fine. I have been told by a few mechanics though that putting you car in park while pushed up against a curb like this puts extra pressure on the transmission. Don't know the science... But I've heard it from a few different.
That's what my dad told me to do...which I've been trying practice. Sometimes going to neutral will push me off too much and I had to repeat it several times to get it right.