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Motorised Jockey Wheel
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userKeith N
Posted: 6 September 2018 1:21 PM
Subject: Motorised Jockey Wheel
 
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HI
wonder if any one can advise me , i have just bought a" Festnight Aluminium Motorised Jockey Wheel Transporting Storage Trailer Mover 12 V 350 W" and and just inquiring if this can be kept as the "Jockey Wheel" on a permanent bases ( ie when being towed) or does it need changing each time i hook up ?
Many thanks
Keith ( New member )
userpelmetman
Posted: 6 September 2018 2:23 PM
Subject: RE: Motorised Jockey Wheel
 


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Just googled it ..........

I'm no expert.......but assuming it pulls up into the A frame as high as the standard jockey wheel does, then I don't see a problem ..............

That said, I've managed to rip off a bog standard jockey wheel on my box trailer, due the slope on the MIL's drive ...........

userKeith N
Posted: 6 September 2018 3:28 PM
Subject: RE: Motorised Jockey Wheel
 
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cheers
userKeithl
Posted: 6 September 2018 3:32 PM
Subject: RE: Motorised Jockey Wheel
 


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But how much does it weigh?

It's weight will bear almost directly on the tow hitch so be careful not to exceed your tow cars hitch limit.

Keith.
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