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  • Using a lift or hoist along with a sling like part # EM02000 would be the easy way of removing the PWC from the trailer and onto the dolly. Six strong friends should be able to lift an average sized PWC without too much trouble, on average they weigh around 500-600 lbs.
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  • Yes the Thule Snug Tite Hitch Lock, part #THSTL2, is compatible with the Thule Transporter TH665C. Not only do we have the lock listed as an item bought by other customers, but on the right hand side of the page we have it listed as a related product meaning it is meant to be used along with the item you are looking at. I have included a link below to the THSTL2 as well as a video demo of the Transporter to give you a brief example of how the carrier works.
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  • The information I was able to obtain is that the 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue can be flat towed with the addition of a transmission lube pump. I believe what you have found in the owners manual is referring to towing without a transmission lube pump in emergency situations. You will still need to confirm the towability and pre-towing procedures for the vehicle with the owners manual or contact the vehicle manufacturer for specific towing procedures. I would not recommend towing...
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  • You are in luck, one of our co-workers happens to have a Hollywood bike rack for Class II hitches and I checked several of the hitch pins that we have available to see if they would work with bike rack. I found that the SportRack Anti-Rattle Bike Rack Hitch Lock, # SR0901, has the same thread size and pitch to work correctly with this brand of rack. I also found that the Yakima replacement hitch bolt and clip, # Y8890176, will also work with this rack and can be used with the...
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  • Your 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue can be equipped with 1-1/4-inch hitch of either a Class I or a Class II rating. In order to use a wheelchair carrier your hitch will have to be a Class II type. A Class I hitch will not likely have the capacity to handle the weight of the chair and the carrier. The weight of both together must remain within the hitch's and the car's tongue weight (TW) limit. There will be a sticker on your hitch to indicate its class rating and tongue weight capacity. The...
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