NOTE: The top picture is not of the dolly you get!
It's only there just to illustrate how you can hook up the dolly. The one that is available is actually a better one then the one you see in the top photo, the first photo!
Located in a good, safe neighborhood, in Gardena, on the Torrance side by El Camino College.
No need for packin' here, so far. LOL!
This electric power dolly will move your Camping trailer or boat trailer or even your 5th wheel trailer around your yard, even into a very tight storage parking spot.
This power dolly is the cream of the crop - top of the line.
It has not been used much. Works like new.
Has 6 Wheels - 4 to carry the load, 2 to re-locate and position the dolly, itself without having to plug into electricity.
Still has the original tires with spikes on the tread from the castings mold when the tires were manufactured.
The original owner sold it to me because he only needed it to put his boat in the backyard and once again back out to the street - one, round-trip. I've not used it more than 10 times, myself.
I bought it to position camping trailers in and out of tight spots in my backyard.
I haven't used it for a while so my wife says "let it go". So, reluctantly, I'm granting her wish.
I know I will need to have use for it one of these days again in the future so, maybe, you will let me borrow it back?????
By the way, I would entertain an offer of loaning it out to you. Make me an offer that I can't refuse, really, especially if it's long term and it's not sitting in the backyard staring at my it's not sitting in the backyard staring at my wife.
This is an Extremely Heavy Duty RV and boat-trailer mover - I've actually moved a Motorhome with it twice.
It will move an X-Large 40' (RV-type) travel trailer, a 20,000 pound boat with trailer, and, believe it or not, will actually move a full-size fifth-wheel trailer because of the way it can attach. It can hook up directly to the frame, itself. This type of attachment connection allows for placement of the trailer into a much tighter space then hooking to the extreme tip where the tow ball attaches.
It can be powered by AC house current or DC car battery.
We had 2, much larger then standard, nylon-tread wheels mounted on the rear to make it easier and quicker to position the dolly around the yard without having to hook up the power.
Don't know what the documented capacity is - I just know what it does for me and it's a real workhorse.
You can't be in a rush with it though. It moves at a snails pace because of it's low, granny gear ratio.
I usually puff good cuban while letting the dolly do its work and I relax. You only need just one hand to guide it.
One more thing of importance - it will pull long-distance and it will not overheat. I contribute that to the low gear ratio.
By the way, if you have a good used rototiller or an old car or truck, I may be up for a swap.
Hook up hardware includes; a 100 foot 12 gauge power cord and coupler hardware for all attachment solutions - everything that came with it when new even the operators manual.
It has four tires with the type of tread that could be used in sand, gravel, dirt or grass as well as any hard pavement. It also connects up to the existing electric brake system on your trailer. It works excellent, like new!
It is commercial quality and cost over $3000 with tax when new
At $750, it's a good price - that's as low as I dare go.
It was literally months of daily searching to find this little jewel because, at the time, I couldn't even find one like this brand-new. I met a man that had one. That's how I knew they existed. I had to find one like his.
We live on the Torrance side of Gardena in the El Camino Village area and you can see it anytime - We're both retired and we are going to have a yard sale today, Sat and tomorrow, Sun if it doesn't rain.

Please, no checks but, you may pay through PayPal with a credit card.
FYI; That first picture is just an illustration of how it can be hooked directly to the frame of your travel trailer or boat trailer!
The one posted for sale is the yellow one in all the other photos!

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