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CoolCruzin

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https://parkit360.ca/products/trailer-mover-10000lbs-capacity-base

Does anybody have any experience with one of these or something similar? I'm thinking about getting one to mainly move my boat around (Conquest deck boat) or a 24' enclosed box trailer on flat ground. I know a forklift would be best but this thing seems like it might work as an alternative.
Check this brand out
“TheTrailerMover”
This will handle your boat or your box trailer .
You have a triple axel it will still get the job done .
www.thetrailermover.com
 

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I used one to move a 22ft toy hauler into my driveway. It took a few minutes to get used to, worked well. I'd recommend using one that actuates the electric brakes on demand
 

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https://parkit360.ca/products/trailer-mover-10000lbs-capacity-base

Does anybody have any experience with one of these or something similar? I'm thinking about getting one to mainly move my boat around (Conquest deck boat) or a 24' enclosed box trailer on flat ground. I know a forklift would be best but this thing seems like it might work as an alternative.
I've got one, but don't really use it. I'd sell it to you if you're interested. It's the 10,000 capacity with trailer brake hookup and battery maintainer.
 

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I've got one, but don't really use it. I'd sell it to you if you're interested. It's the 10,000 capacity with trailer brake hookup and battery maintainer.
What are you asking for it,and where is it located. Thanks!!
 

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This is what we use and it works great. Pulls and stops the boats really well on inclines. We keep it in the storage unit plugged in so it’s always ready to go.

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I need one, anyone have one for sale?
 

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I want one for my enclosed but not interested in paying big money for it. I wish someone made one with brakes for under $700.
 

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I have a power mover 3 wheel - you still need to use a cord. Works great with a few attachments. Would like to get 400 for it. Do not need anymore. Located in Long Beach can take to havasu.
 

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I have a power mover 3 wheel - you still need to use a cord. Works great with a few attachments. Would like to get 400 for it. Do not need anymore. Located in Long Beach can take to havasu.
Any idea the capacity of that? I may be interested
 

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I have a power mover 3 wheel - you still need to use a cord. Works great with a few attachments. Would like to get 400 for it. Do not need anymore. Located in Long Beach can take to havasu.
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Guys here is a pic of the unit I have. Capacity I have no idea but it was could move most single engine 30 and below on a slight grade. The big thing with any of these is tongue weight and getting traction. Hence number of wheels and where you place the coupler makes a difference.

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