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Parkit dolly with remote control

Parkit dolly with remote control

ONTARIO, Canada — Moving a trailer with serious weight requires raw power. But the larger the tow vehicle, often the less maneuverable the rig becomes.

With Parkit360’s Transformer 15K Trailer Dolly, one person can move a 15,000-pound fifth wheel, tag-a-long, gooseneck or traditional trailer with absolute ease by simply walking and steering with its wireless remote control.

The Transformer 15K’s muscle comes from two powerful 1.5-horsepower Bosch electric motors with planetary gearing. The trailer dolly runs off a user-supplied 12V deep cell battery; a charger is built in. Traction to climb a 6-percent grade of grass, gravel or pavement comes from 6.5-inch wide track tires.

Fifteen-thousand pounds can gain momentum, so the Transformer 15K has a Smart Brake Controller for safe handling. Connected to the trailer’s wire harness, it automatically controls electric and surge brakes.

The wireless remote control sets it apart from other power dollies. It provides the operator the ability to walk around the trailer that’s being moved for a true 360 degree view. The Transformer 15K delivers the ability to park a trailer with inches to spare. It can even be backed into a space as a theft deterrent—something a truck can never do. A video is at bit.ly/2r36P5q.

The Transformer 15K features Parkit360’s Stableloc Technology. With its included ball mount and king pin adapter, it will connect to almost any hitch right out of the box.

Parkit360’s Transformer 15K comes with a two-year warranty. Its list cost is $4,620, but online pricing is commonly available.

Source: Parkit press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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