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Trailer dolly #13302294 10/05/19 02:20 PM
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Just bought a house with a 3 car garage so I’ll be able to start keeping the boat at the house again. It’s going to require a little bit of maneuvering to get the trailer at the right angle. Can anyone recommend a good trailer dolly?

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Re: Trailer dolly [Re: goodman1389] #13302299 10/05/19 02:30 PM
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Ive always wondered if this would work and the put some type of larger wheel on the trailer tongue jack, have it work similar to an aircraft tricycle gear and have the weight on the jack wheel and not the back of the mower?
https://www.amazon.com/Great-Day-La...mp;sr=8-1&keywords=lawn+pro+hi+hitch

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Re: Trailer dolly [Re: goodman1389] #13302311 10/05/19 02:47 PM
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I’ve got a trailer valet I no longer need I’d sell you

Re: Trailer dolly [Re: Notaguide] #13302330 10/05/19 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Notaguide
I’ve got a trailer valet I no longer need I’d sell you

^^^^ This. I don't have one (don't need one with my little tin can) but I have several friends that do have 'em. They swear by them (and not at them)


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I have to use GO JACKS to shoe horn my boat into the garage. Ranger 520 into a "two-car" garage that only 2 prius' could fit.

Re: Trailer dolly [Re: goodman1389] #13302432 10/05/19 06:43 PM
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I too have a trailer dolly I'd give away... driveway at new house is too steep to use it but it was nice to position the boat in garage at old house where I had about inch and a half of play front-to-back.

Re: Trailer dolly [Re: goodman1389] #13303054 10/06/19 03:34 PM
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Look at the trailer valet . I've had mine now for about 10 years and wouldn't trade it for nothing. Just a thought here.

Re: Trailer dolly [Re: goodman1389] #13303860 10/07/19 02:54 AM
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I tried a couple and ended up with the trailer valet. Works awesome. I had a rear entry garage with not much room to line up the boat with the door and with only a couple inches on each of the fender to get through the door. Spinning tandem axles was a workout but once you got it lined up it was a breeze.

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