You are logged in as a guest. 
  Home Forums Home  Search our Forums Search our Forums    Log in to the Forums Log in to the Forums  register Register on the Forums  

 Forums ->  Caravans -> Towing Chat
Jump to page : First 1 Last
Format:  Go
Caravan mover for trailer
AuthorMessage
userBigMacRacing
Posted: 17 March 2013 5:09 PM
Subject: Caravan mover for trailer
 
Just joined

Posts: 13



Hi all,

Not sure if this was the correct place to post this question...

I have a Brian James Minno trailer that I use to tow a race car.
It is going to be a struggle for just me to hitch/unhitch to motorhome and manoeuvre in & out of garage/drive. I'm thinking one of these caravan movers would make it a lot easier - manual or remote.

I have seen you can get them for your trailers but I am after something off ebay and I'm not sure which ones are compatible and would do what I require.
Do the movers get you over bumps or does surface need to be smooth?
Is anyone able to identify any on ebay that would be suitable please?

Thanks
userPaul-
Posted: 17 March 2013 10:14 PM
Subject: RE: Caravan mover for trailer
 


Lives on the forums

Posts: 549
50025
Location: Yorkshire


I have a powrtouch on my caravan & that will take the caravan up a 3" kerb with ease, no problem with my slopping gravel drive either, I bought the manual as its got less to go wrong

Edited by Paul- 2013-03-17 10:16 PM
userDave225
Posted: 19 March 2013 3:27 PM
Subject: RE: Caravan mover for trailer
 
Forum master

Posts: 2012
2000
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland


You can fit a mover to any trailer without too much difficulty as long as it has a chassis that will support the motors. It is a DIY job as well. You will need a battery (80 - 110 amps) to power the mover and this can either be permanently mounted on the trailer or you can have a mount where you can install it as you need it. The connections are by basic battery clamps. Powrtouch is a very good make and do a variety of models depending on the wheel arrangement and weight.

As for Ebay as long as the product is either new or in good condition then it could work, but if well used then a cheap price may offer poor value.

http://powrwheel.com/
userBigMacRacing
Posted: 20 March 2013 5:54 PM
Subject: RE: Caravan mover for trailer
 
Just joined

Posts: 13



Great thanks guys for the good info - I'll see what I can find
Jump to page : First 1 Last
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
Jump to forum :


(Delete all cookies set by this site)(Return to Homepage)

Any problems? Contact the administrator