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    Member Bullelkklr's Avatar
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    Try using that on my non-paved sloped parking lot........for 350$ I will keep letting the better half get PO'd at me for me backing the truck up wrong (or perhaps it is her hand signaling capabilities...... :-) OR - I'll just get out and look 2 times....!

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    Sweet

    I use my floor jack at home, paved driveway.
    Some trailer jack stands can have a wheel instead of a foot (or both)

    Nice to just have to get close.

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    Sorry to disagree, but i think if it is too heavy to pick up and move yourself, it is very close to being to heavy to push around on that thing. There may be a very small window of use between the two methods, i would not spend the money without trying it and making sure it worked for me and my driveway. Bud
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    That would be nice for a smallish boat/trailer, especially if you had a tight corner or something. It would be REALLY nice for the bigger boats, but can't take the weight. It is a PITA to get my ocean boat parked just right. All the other stuff I can nudge around to where it needs to be.

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