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Old 10-29-2011, 10:13 PM   #15
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When do you anticipate being back in Seattle. If you'd be willing when you get back, I'd love to get together with you and see your dolly, and perhaps see if it would work for my smart car. IF I don't buy one before prices go up next Tuesday. Price is going up $180 on 1 Nov 11, but it might be worth the extra to me just to make absolutely sure that it's going to work for me. I would be willing to travel to see you on a Sunday if you would be willing to demonstrate the dolly. Please let me know. You can e-mail me directly at bigcritter4@comcast.net. I live in Olympia, WA. :>) Thanks!
Sorry bigcritter, I would be happy to demo, but I have no firm plans on when I will be back in Seattle, but it will be late Nov at the earlist.

I do not even know the car and dolly are behind me, but I do watch it in the back up cam quite often, and I use a 6 inch drop hitch as my receiver is also 22 inches off the ground, so I am not level, but everything is working just fine.
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Old 10-30-2011, 06:08 AM   #16
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we got the dolly early last year. it has been several places but have had difficulty keeping lights on it. destroyed them and when asked ACME did provide replacements. it was a surprise to see them gone, beat up... the trailer does fine but have not gotten the new restraint chain system. (i did ask for it-not yet available).
I had a Jayco 31FK class C and it needed a 8 inch drop hitch. the Damon Tuscany needs a 2 inch drop hitch.

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When installing the tail lights, use nylon insert locking nuts and you will never have a problem.

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