Moving by hand / trailer jack wheel

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  1. jerbear

    jerbear Active Member

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    I have the same type of wheel and a gravel driveway .With some patio blocks I had, I put a few down and made a 2ft.pad . That works good .
     
  2. Matt D Wilder

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    I have a hitch on the front of my FJ. You have not lived until you push your trailer looking in the right direction. Not a trailer dolly but wow talk about nice
     
  3. Anthony Hitchings

    Anthony Hitchings Well-Known Member

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    As you focus of putting the trailer where you want it - do you have any trouble with the rear of the FJ going places that you don't want it to?
     
  4. Leslie Chasse

    Leslie Chasse New Member

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    Check the hardware stores for a replacement pneumatic wheel/tire for a hand truck or wheelbarrow.
    Double check the fit before buying.
     
  5. Eric Webber

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    I have (and Love) my Trailer Valet. Handy to turn the camper around to be "tongue in" so the door faces the house and rest of driveway, and sometimes gets used to pivot the camper inside the campsite to an entirely unusual position - like across the back of the site
     

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