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OPERATION TIME LIMIT
MOTOR NOISE OPERATION
CONNECTION TO TRAILER
EXTRA TOOLS REQUIRED?
TIRE HITTING CHASSIS OR JACK POST?
TRAILER HARNESS CONNECTION
REQUIRED EXTRA OPTIONS?
TRAX POWER DOLLY
• 222 feet per minute speed
• All day operation
• Very quiet operation motor
• Easy to connect to trailer ball and only takes a few seconds to connect and disconnect
• Handle requires no tools to connect and is very quick and simple to remove.
• 12.5” high tires to clear low chassis and trailer jack posts.
• Variable speed thumb throttle.
• 7-way plug is positioned for quick easy connection to your trailer harness.
• Easy to maintain and requires only standard tools.
• Comes with battery box.
• Tail wheel is standard.
• Requires no additional parts to make it work like the way you want it to.
• Main wheel sprockets are powder coated to eliminate rusting.
• Standard hitch balls used
THE OTHER GUYS TOW DOLLY
• 27 - 30 feet per minute speed
• 5 minute operation then requires cool down resting period
• Very loud grinding sounds ( tow dollies that use cheep wench motors)
• Takes minutes to connected and disconnect, Or requires you to drill or weld a bracket to the trailer’s chassis
• Requires a wrench to remove and tighten, Or is not removable
• 16.5” tires that can’t go under lower chassis and hits trailer jack posts when turning the dolly
• on/off switch for forward and reverse operation
• 7-way harness is positioned to capture and hold rain water and will quickly fail due to corrosion.
• Hard to maintain and requires additional tools and is easy to clock the main wheel sprocket wrong if not done correctly
• Battery box is extra or battery is left exposed to the elements.
• No tail wheel or option for one
• Additional parts are required to make the tow dolly connect easier.
• Bear raw materials that quickly rust even before they reach the customer.
• Proprietary hitch balls are required, Or no connection to the hitch ball available.