Originally Posted by flybouy
is a site for sale now. Don't know if they are still in business or not. I can only imagine that is must have been very expensive and a lot of weight to take away from the carry capacity of the trailer.
So I guess in the situation they demonstrated I'd revert to may old "jaw shifter" method. Wait for the driver that pinned me in to come out then "jack his jaw" to shift it out of place.
I didn't look for the web site, I just remembered seeing the video once.
They use these 90 degree dollies on trailers they use to deliver sheds.
We bought a 20' storage shed and the delivery guy backed down an 11' wide alley next to the house into the back yard. Now he's like 90 off from where it has to go and I'm wondering now what? He pops down these wheels and pivots the trailer about 80 degrees and continues to back it right into place, except now the shed if facing the wrong way. Then he raises the shed up on a turntable and spins it 90 degrees and slides it right off where I wanted it. Took him maybe 15 minutes and I'm thinking, "can I hire this guy to park my fifth wheel for me"? Amazing.
Jim & Deb
49 years happy
2018 Montana 3731FL
2017 F-350, psd,4x4, lariat, c-c, swb, srw