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Old 03-10-2015, 10:34 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Tow Dolly

We, my wife and I, are the proud owners of a Minnie Winnie. We are part time travelers but do spend a few weeks a year in our favorite part of the country, The Blue Ridge Parkway. Albeit, the MH is not large we still feel the need for a car when staying in one location for a period of time. We have rented cars in the past and that is not a bad way to go, but felt we would like to take our own vehicle. After researching the various options we opted for a tow dolly. I looked at a number of possibilities but finally settled for Car Tow Dolly -The Lightest and Toughest Tow Dolly For All Car Towing Needs - Acme Car Tow Dolly Company the Acme Tow Dolly.
On its arrival at my home in Florida, I noticed it had developed a brake fluid leak from where the brake line connected to the brake actuator. probably in transportation. I immediately contacted Richard Brown, the owner, who bent over backward to correct the situation. He along with Dave Wilkinson, of Dexter Marine (manufacturer of the actuator) searched for, and found, a shop in my home town which could effect the necessary repairs, at no cost to the writer.
I need to say: I am very impressed with the construction of the dolly and the way my concern was addressed. The benefit of a dolly as opposed to other options is; when changing your toad, no changes need to be made to it. The dolly fits all sizes. Thumbs up to Acme Tow Dolly, an American Company.

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Old 03-10-2015, 11:35 AM   #2
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Kudos to you for the product feedback.

We use an EZE-Tow for the exact reasons listed...and because our car is not flat towable. We have well over 10,000miles on a second hand 2011 model and still going strong.

Best luck and safe travels

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Old 03-10-2015, 12:50 PM   #3
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Have on here as well. They were quick to help when I had strap issues on my first trip. Technology is great. I shot some photos of the problem with a phone, e-mail to ACME and they called me back to discuss.
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I agree as well. We started using ours just a few weeks ago and love it. I like that we can tow either or Toyota Camry or our Nissan Altima. Either way the EZ Tow dolly works.
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