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Uhaul car dolly close up pictures

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  • Uhaul car dolly close up pictures

    For all those guys interested in how the Dolly is made here is some pictures
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    Last edited by MrBurns; 08-14-2008, 06:49 AM.

  • #2
    more pictures, you can see the top rides along 2 flat sheets of something , I thought it might be something like maybe Delrin? I don't think it's wood.
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    Last edited by MrBurns; 08-14-2008, 06:56 AM.


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      • #5
        In a couple of those pictures it looked like the collector flange was going to hang up on the dolly, did it hit or just looked close?
        What kind of a car?

        I have a dolly that steers itself. The tires are connected to each other with a tie rod that has a steering stabilizer (basically a shock) attached to the frame. When it's empty you drop a pin in a bracket attached to one of the wheels so it tracks straight. Works pretty good... until you hit a snow or gravel ridge!!! In those conditions you just pin it and take wide turns... I mean pin the dolly not the tow vehicle!!!


        • #6
          Hi where do you buy those types of dollys or did you make it?

          Yes the header sat right on that cross beam. My other topic was how to build a lower dolly so I could avoid this. I had to move the car about 6km so I waited till early morning and added some wood planks under the tires which raised the car up about a 2". Unfortunately then the tires are sitting up out of those wheel buckets and only being held by the nets That's why I waited till early moring and drove really slow.

          It's a Honda civic here is a pic
          Last edited by MrBurns; 07-26-2010, 03:50 PM.


          • #7
            I noticed the cage, numbers and the longer wheel studs, is it a drag car or auto cross car?

            I bought the dolly used, it was factory built, I can't remember where but it has a manufacturers tag on it. I'll post some pics if I can find some.


            • #8
              Hi it's a roadcourse car I just don't have anything to tow or a trailer right now so it's more like a drive way car
              Last edited by MrBurns; 07-26-2010, 03:49 PM.


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