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Old 09-18-2010, 07:37 AM   #15
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Ok, that makes sense. Unfortunately, with my bad back, I'd only be able to tow the dolly itself So I guess I'd need to get a powered one.
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Old 09-18-2010, 10:20 AM   #16
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They make powered ones, here is a link to one.

http://www.tescotug.com/

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Ok, that makes sense. Unfortunately, with my bad back, I'd only be able to tow the dolly itself So I guess I'd need to get a powered one.
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Old 09-18-2010, 03:32 PM   #17
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I gotta ask the question to the men out there. Go to Bill's link for tescotug, and tell me how long it takes you to get to the bottom row of pictures.
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Yes, the 600lb limit on the HF dolly is the tongue weight limit. The trailer weight is limited to how much YOU can move on YOUR terrain safely. I use one all the time for moving my Scamp and other trailers I own. I am going to modify it to fold down so I can take it in the Scamp.

My favorite feature is that you can raise the handle, which makes the ball dip forward and down. This allows you to tilt it down and pick up the tongue instead of raising and lowering the jack. This makes it really easy to re-position the trailer in the garage. Scoop it up, move it, and just tilt to drop it back onto its jack.
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I gotta ask the question to the men out there. Go to Bill's link for tescotug, and tell me how long it takes you to get to the bottom row of pictures.
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I must be getting old, I couldn't figure out what pam's was getting at till I saw Donna's comment, then I finally remembered seeing the woman. LOL

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