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SOLD - Arizona Private Seller

1 month ago Specialty Services & Products  Tucson, AZ 277 Views 0 Watching
Title: SOLD
Country:US
State or Province:AZ
City: Tucson
Type of Sale:Private Seller
Listed:1 month ago
Location: Tucson, AZ
Price : $1,800

Parkit 360 Trailer dolly Force 10 K B3

This electric dolly has a 10,000 pound capacity

6.5" all terrain wheels

rechargeable battery

smart brake control

12v sealed battery

2 hitch balls, 2" and 2 5/16"

can connect to trailer battery with 80" cable

EZ connect adapter

Was only used 4 or 5 times

New cost around 2200 ...2020 model

check out the parkit 360 website for more details

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Posted by kittmaster (1 month ago)

Did the wheely bars come with the unit or did you have to order them custom?

How old is the unit?

Thanks,

Posted by vwii (1 month ago)

We have a 28 foot Flying Cloud, hitch weight a little north of 900#. Would like something to make it easier to park the beast in the driveway off a relatively narrow street. Thoughts? Why are you selling it? Hope I'm not being a nosy PITA. Here in Phoenix we could come pick it up. Vance

Posted by kittmaster (1 month ago)

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We have a 28 foot Flying Cloud, hitch weight a little north of 900#. Would like something to make it easier to park the beast in the driveway off a relatively narrow street. Thoughts? Why are you selling it? Hope I'm not being a nosy PITA. Here in Phoenix we could come pick it up. Vance


With that kind of weight, you should be looking at an Airtug...handles 1500lbs tongue weight and 15K tow weights.

Expensive, but worth every penny.

Posted by patred (1 month ago)

The extension bars are from the same company that built the dolly so they are made for this unit. We also have a 28 foot flying cloud and used this to back in.

Posted by patred (1 month ago)

We live off a one lane dirt road that has fences or walls on either side so we did not have enough room to swing the truck around when backing. This solved our problem. We now are able to back in after removing some landscaping which allowed enough room. We only used this dolly about 5 times. You are welcome to come check it out.

Posted by vwii (1 month ago)

Does it have enough juice to push trailer over a relatively slight curb cut? Driveway has curb cut from street.

Posted by patred (1 month ago)

it will only do a 6 % grade. Dont know if that is a curb cut.

Posted by Malia20 (1 month ago)

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Does it have enough juice to push trailer over a relatively slight curb cut? Driveway has curb cut from street.
I push my 20' (5000# and 750+# TW) into a locker that has a 1.5" lip down to the street. The Parkit (10K) would not push both tires at the same time over the lip. If one tire hit before the other, it could do that with a hard struggle. I made ramps that raise the 1.5" over 10" run. Now the trailer goes in without a problem. Safe travels. Fred

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