Anybody out there use an electric trailer dolly to easily move their boat trailer and or get it into a tight spot. Looked at a number of them so far. Most get mixed ratings. Looking for some first-hand experience.
Electric trailer doll??
Checked with a friend that had one he liked, his reply
"I don't have the electric dolly anymore. I don't need it for the Alumacraft. I had the Parkit360. It was really nice."
I have a trailer valet xl With the drill attachment. Works decent on concrete driveway. If you have a little lip by your garage. Make sure you have your surge brakes disabled. They make little magnetic blocks so they can not activate. Otherwise you can sit and spin with the brakes somewhat on. You have to be careful with drill attachment. Can be a wrist buster. You really want to use a heavy duty drill with it. Either the dewalt lithion hammer drill or Milwaukee fuel drills. you Have to make sure you have it tightened well to the hitch. I leave the jack down but raised up. Just in case the trailer valet would come off. If I bought something else I would seriously consider the trax setup. Way batter then the 12 volt battery movers. For the trax just buy the battery’s local. Instead of getting them shipped in. https://traxpowerdolly.com/products-mb/tx6000-mb
I am 70 years old and have a 18.5 AlumaCraft which I park in 25 x 30 metal building. The drive is on a very slight incline and I have to park on an blind angle. Got tired of struggling with the boat so I bought a Tow Tuff ($799.00) this spring. Works well on level but needs a little assist on the incline. Does not work well on gravel surfaces. Price point was an issue and I am pleased with the overall performance of the unit. Good Luck
Best Electric Dolly & simplest to use is," Trailer Valet RVR 5'' / $2999.oo / at "etrailer.com" / NO 12V batt., or Drill to operate / Rechargeable unit / Works with a small Remote / If You have the $$$$$ ------ Had 5,000LB. unit from "Parkit.com", bit of a hassle to use, not worth the $$.