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2-Wheeled Dolly Makes Trailer Hookup Easy
“My little 2-wheeled dolly took only a few minutes to put together, but it makes moving my small 2-wheeled utility trailer around by hand a much easier job,” says Darry Markle, Claresholm, Alberta.
    The dolly consists of a pair of 10-in. high wheels connected by a short axle that has a 6-in. high, 2 1/2-in. dia. pipe welded onto it. By cranking the trailer’s jack down it fits inside the pipe. A long pipe welded to the axle forms a handle that Markle uses to move the dolly around.
    “I use the 6 by 12-ft. utility trailer to haul motorcycles and ATVs behind my pickup. Whenever I want to store the trailer in my shed I maneuver the dolly under the jack and then crank the jack to lift the tongue off the ball hitch.”
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Darry Markle, P.O. Box 2199, Claresholm, Alberta, Canada T0L 0T0 (ph 403 489-1956; darrymarkle@gmail.com).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #4