Please do not use down a hill towards you. Much like a tiny car, the trailer will overpower the trailer dolly. The brake is meant to keep the dolly from rolling out of it's storage area, not to stop a moving trailer.
15.5" to where the ball sits, 18" to the top of the ball. Ball sold separately.
Yes this dolly works with all ball sizes as long as the shank is 1" in diameter. Ball is sold separately.
We designed this product with the ball sold separately so our customers can have the freedom to use the dolly on various trailers that require different ball sizes. Click here, if you would like to purchase a ball.
It will have no problem going up a slight incline. If you are using it on a decline, we do not recommend trying to stop your trailer with this. It will accept any size ball with a 1" diameter shank.
Yes! You will have no problem moving this. It has a 3,500lb tongue weight.
A trailer with surge brakes cannot be backed up without inserting a pin in the neck of the trailer. When the tow vehicle is in reverse, pushes in on the trailer neck, which would activate the surge brakes. Inserting a pin in the neck of the trailer prevents this from happening while the driver is backing up. If the pin is left in the neck of the trailer, the surge brake will be disabled. The pin must be removed when the vehicle is ready to travel.
Yes, you can use this for a 19 Foot Bass Boat and it will turn VERY EASY with a tandem axle trailer. You will have no issues at all.
Yes! When pushing into the trailer, use the back rubber bumper to keep the weight on the rear wheels and the dolly stable. Do not bring handle towards you while trying to push back.
Yes, it does.
Yes! This product is modeled after pallet casters which are responsible for transporting heavy shipments over various terrain. The urethane wheels glide over gravel.
Yes, this unit has a hole that goes straight through. It accepts a shank as long as 3.5".