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Old 07-30-2017, 12:58 AM   #29
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Another EZE-TOW owner...over 15,000 miles on our '07 era model.
The Eze-Tow has been improved over the years...now with 12" rims, steel ramps and usable with aftermarket straps.

The Eze-Tow can be less money than others to buy but can be a better dolly because it has no turn-table = less mechanicals which also means less weight.. It negotiates turns exactly like a flat towed car, with the car's front tires pivoting in the turn.

Acme is a sponsor here, the dolly is Made in America, and they have really great service (but service is rarely needed).

When we first started taking a car on our trips, we rented a dolly...just to be sure.
If you hate it , no big loss. If you like it, you will be informed about using a dolly for your shopping.

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Ez-tow fan

Have used EZ TOW for two years/7500mi with no problems. If you decide to go that way, call the factory and ask if they have any "scratch n dents". Mine was going to go in for repaint but they sold it to me "as is"...I couldn't find the flaw when it was delivered and they threw in a spare for my "trouble". I would agree with an earlier post, I use 2x4 blocks as an approach aid and they help tremendously for keeping the removable ramps in place. The wheel straps fit all three of my rigs, 13", 15", and 19" rims. I have towed all three with great results and find the surge brakes work adequately for my applications. I got a set of cheapie Harbor Freight magnetic lights, purchased a flat four splitter (1 into 2) and run both the dolly lights and magnetics off of the coach. KISS is the only way to go! Whatever you choose, best of luck!!
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For 5 years I dragged my 2001 Dodge Intrepid around on a Stehl Tow Dolly with hydraulic surge brakes and disc brakes. If you get a dolly get it with surge brakes. they work better and you WILL NOT have to install a brake controller in your RV. Also get one that has disc brakes and not the old brake shoe and brake drum. They are fool proof and no electrical parts to malfunction.
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