Stand-Up EZ Haul Tow Dolly
Stand-Up EZ Haul Car Tow Dolly
Why rent a car dolly when you can own the only car tow dolly that can stand for storage!
Bring your Vehicle along without having the headache of storing a trailer. Introducing the Stand-Up EZ Haul Tow Dolly! The only tow dolly in the market capable of storing upright without any assistance. Designed for a range of vehicles from Mini Coopers to 80" wide Trucks or SUVs. The Stand-Up EZ Haul unit weighs only 330 Pounds with a total maximum load capacity of 5000 pounds. Equipped with 2 removable adjustable ramps to satisfied a range of low profile vehicles. Lashing winches, straps, and cradle safety chains come standard with every order! The Stand-Up EZ Haul tow dolly can be stored in an average size garage.
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- Overall Dimensions L 84"x W 102"x H 25"
- Cradle Dimensions L 22"x W 80"
- Storage Dimensions L 25"x W 102" H 84"
- Overall Towing Capacity- 5000Lbs
- Ramp Dimensions L 40" x W 9" H 2"
- Stand up for storage capability
- (2) 6,500Lb Lashing Tie down winches
- (2) 10,000Lb Straps
- (2) Cradle Safety Chains with "S" clip
- (1) Tounge Safety Chain
- (1) Ramp Tiedown nut
- 2" Inch Coupler
- Powder Coated Frame
- Steel Fender Brace with Fender
- ST145 R12 Radial 10 Ply E Rated Tire
- Dot Approved LED lights
- Ramp storage compartment
- Zerk fitting
- Flat Four connector
- Flat 4 connector
- 2"inch Ball
- 12"-16" Tongue height
- Assembly is required for this unit.
You must check with your automobile’s manufacturer to determine whether or not your vehicle can be towed using a tow dolly. Things to consider:
1) Never tow a vehicle with the rear wheels on the tow dolly
2) Your car’s steering wheel must be unlocked when towing. Even when the steering wheel appears to be unlocked, some automobile steering wheels will lock when turned to the far right or left. To ensure that this doesn’t happen you may be required to leave the ignition in the accessory position/mode. Check with your automobile’s manufacturer to determine the correct actions to prevent the steering wheel from locking.
3) Determine whether your automobile’s transmission should be placed in park or neutral. If the transmission must remain in neutral for towing, then determine the required ignition setting to ensure that the transmission remains in neutral during tow.
4) Some automobiles require that you disconnect a battery terminal to ensure that the automobile remains in neutral and that the steering wheel remains unlocked. You may also be able to accomplish this by removing the ignition fuse. In either scenario you may lose your automobile’s settings, so you may want to use a memory saver or memory keeper. These plug into your automobile’s 12V power supply/cigarette lighter.
5) All-wheel drive automobiles require careful consideration