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Posted: 08/28/17 09:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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I ordered the dolly Monday at noon and it's out for delivery this AM (Friday) all the way from NC. Great service on the order of the EZE Tow.
I could not find out for sure if the van would require lights on the rear of the van within AZ but we will be traveling in many states and it just makes sense so I ordered a harness splitter for the trailer wiring and a set of magnetic lights for the fan for safety.
The flatbed weighed in at some 1700 + # and the EZE Tow is only 380# so that saves me weight and fuel to tow the rig as I see it.


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When delivered I uncrated it very quickly. But I found that the brake fluid had all leaked out destroying the paint for several inches.
I cleaned the area, repainted it and refilled the fluid.
These dollies should not be store or shipped upright!
I let the company know too.
Also, my Pacifica mini van is so wide that there is only an inch or so clearance on this trailer. And therefore the wheel does not turn very far before it hits the side of the trailer.

I would think that as I have stock tires and rims that you should measure your tread width before you buy. And anyone with bigger rims or tires could find they will not fit on this trailer.

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