Originally Posted by Tom-NC
I use a tow dolly and have since '96 with no problems parking or moving it around as I have a wheel jack on it.
The one thing I would like to mention is that I think electric brakes on dolly are better as you can adjust the amount of braking and with surge brakes you can't as they only come into play on a hard stop.
Surge brakes are designed to work at any weight with no adjustment - not just hard stops.
In example - Using my dolly, I just recently rescued a friend that broke down outside of town. When I started, the discs on my EZE-tow had a light rust sheen from a few weeks storage. When I stopped to pick-up the friends car, the discs were bright and shiny - showing that the pads had engaged as designed - even on an empty/unloaded dolly.
This is the way my boat trailer works too. And at 1700lb empty I am very glad they work at all these differing loads
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
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