Trailer Valet RVR3 Remote-Controlled Trailer Dolly - Wireless Remote - 3,500 lbs

Trailer Valet RVR3 Remote-Controlled Trailer Dolly - Wireless Remote - 3,500 lbs

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  • Trailer Valet
  • 3500 lbs Capacity
Remote-controlled, self-motorized trailer dolly lets you effortlessly move your trailer into the garage or other tight spaces. Wireless remote helps you maneuver your trailer 360 degrees with no spotter. Mounting bracket is included. Lowest Prices for the best trailer dolly from Trailer Valet. Trailer Valet RVR3 Remote-Controlled Trailer Dolly - Wireless Remote - 3,500 lbs part number TVRVR3 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Trailer Valet Trailer Dolly - TVRVR3

Remote-controlled, self-motorized trailer dolly lets you effortlessly move your trailer into the garage or other tight spaces. Wireless remote helps you maneuver your trailer 360 degrees with no spotter. Mounting bracket is included.


Features:

  • Remote-controlled trailer mover makes moving your RV, boat trailer, or heavy cargo trailer a simple, 1-person job
    • Move your trailer into your garage or another tight spot without breaking a sweat
  • Wireless remote control can be used at any angle from up to 40 feet away
    • Ability to freely walk around while moving your RV eliminates the need for a spotter
    • Simple forward/back and right/left button layout makes maneuvering the RVR easy
  • 2 High-torque motors move a single-axle trailer
    • Independently operated motors provide 360 degrees of rotation
    • Full range of motion lets you easily move your trailer around corners and into tight spaces
  • Heavy-duty caterpillar treads easily maneuver over different surfaces
    • 2" Wide rubber treads can handle asphalt, gravel, grass, and dirt surfaces
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 30 minutes of runtime
    • Easy-to-read battery indicator on remote alerts you when the RVR needs to be recharged
  • Mounting bracket included for trailer hookup
  • Aluminum construction is corrosion resistant


Specs:

  • Weight capacity: 3,500 lbs
  • Tongue weight capacity: 600 lbs
  • Minimum tongue weight required: 165 lbs
  • Voltage: 14.8 V
  • RVR dimensions: 15" long x 17" wide x 9" tall
  • Mounting bracket dimensions (when assembled): 4" long x 6" wide x 9-1/2" tall
  • Weight: 45 lbs
  • Speed when unloaded: 29-1/2 feet per minute
  • Speed when loaded: 23 feet per minute
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Trailer Valet RVR3 Electric Trailer Mover

Moving your RV, boat trailer, or cargo trailer can be an arduous task. Manual trailer movers and dollies require you to bend over and move the trailer either by hand or by turning a manual hand crank. Electric trailer movers remove the physical exertion, but they still require you to manually steer your trailer with a handle, which requires strength and usually requires a second person to be a spotter.


The remote-controlled RVR robot removes those hassles and frustrations. With the RVR3, you can move your trailer with the push of a button. No physical exertion is required. Thanks to the wireless, handheld remote controller, moving your trailer is now a 1-person job. The remote control's 40' range lets you freely walk around your trailer while relocating it, ensuring that you have the best viewing angle as you go around corners and maneuver your trailer into tight spaces.


Operation with the Wireless Remote Controller

Trailer Valet RVR3 Wireless Remote Controller

The RVR's wireless remote controller has a simple layout featuring forward/back and right/left buttons. Once the RVR is connected to your trailer with the included mounting bracket, hold down the "up" arrow button to move forward, and hold down the "down" arrow to move backward. To turn the RVR, hold down the "up" or "down" button while also pressing either the "left" or "right" arrow button, depending on the direction you want to move your trailer.


The RVR can be used to move your trailer up slopes or inclines of no more than 5 degrees. When using the RVR robot to move your trailer up an incline, the RVR must push the trailer up the slope. When going down an incline, the RVR must lead, or pull, the trailer down the slope.


 RVR3 Remote Battery Indicator

With a full charge, the RVR has a runtime of approximately 30 minutes, which allows for plenty of time to relocate your trailer. The remote control includes a battery indicator that will let you know when the RVR's battery is running low and needs to be recharged. To conserve the battery, the unit automatically shuts itself off after being idle for 3 minutes. The charger is included and connects to standard 2-prong outlets. The unit takes 5 to 6 hours to fully recharge.


360 Degrees of Motion

Trailer Valet RVR3 Motorized Trailer Mover

The RVR3 is built with 2 planetary gear motors that can move a single-axle trailer. The independently operated motors allow for 360 degrees of motion, providing you with complete control and maneuverability when moving your trailer.


Heavy-Duty Rubber Treads

Trailer Valet RVR3 Rubber Treads

The heavy-duty caterpillar treads allow the RVR to handle a variety of terrain, including asphalt, gravel, grass, and dirt. The 2" wide rubber treads enable the RVR to move easily from one type of surface to another.


Hooking Your Trailer up to RVR

Trailer Valet RVR3 Install

The RVR3 easily attaches to your trailer's frame with the included mounting bracket. For best results, mount the RVR as far back on the trailer frame as possible. Once the mounting bracket is securely attached to the frame with the included bolts, just slide it into the mounting bracket tower on the RVR unit. Then secure it in place with the included cotter ring, and you're ready to go.



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TVRVR3 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details TVRVR3 Installation instructions



Video of Trailer Valet RVR3 Remote-Controlled Trailer Dolly - Wireless Remote - 3,500 lbs


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Trailer Valet RVR3 Remote-Controlled Trailer Dolly Review

Randy: Hey guys, it's Randy here at etrailer.com. We're getting a lot of questions about the new RVR3 and how it connects to the trailer. We just wanted to take some time and go over that to give you a very clear understanding of exactly how it attaches. You can see on top of the RVR, we've got basically the shoe. See, it has a nice pivot motion, that gives us that flexibility while we're maneuvering, so our trailer can move side to side.Now, the other portion is going to be the clamp. You'll see here on the bottom, this is where that shoe is going to slide in.

We'll show you that in just a second. Now, this is about as big of a tongue as we can accommodate. We're looking from edge to edge, or side to side, about 3-3/4" and then from inside bolt to inside bolt, it's about 6-1/2. That should accommodate a great deal of trailers. This is going to sandwich down on, and it holds that in place.

Now our bolts of course, we've got plenty of options here, so just depending on our tongue size, we'll want to have these bolts as close as we can get it to the tongue.Now, we've taken the other half of our bracket off, and I've gotten rid of the bolts just to give us an example. But, just picture this mounted to our trailer. What we'll do is we're going bring our trailer down so that our opening here lines up with the shoe. Right Then we'll drive our rover in, just like that. We've got our connection points here.

Just going to drop down and through our pin. Now, it's going to lock that connection point together. Our trailer tongue will be here, we've got our plate protecting it or supporting it, giving it the bite. Then at that point, just move our rover around, that's going to move our trailer around.Now, there is an option. We're going to have a kit available to get the RVR3, it's going to come with this bracket, but also the ball mount kit.

It'll attach just like this one does. It comes up, that'll give you a 2" or a 2-5/16" ball that you can connect directly to your coupler. Depending on your situation, you might like the permanent mount option here. You're only going to be moving one trailer around, mount this on there, it's always there, it's always ready. On the other hand, I also like the flexibility of having those balls, where we can just put it up in, put our collar up, and move it that way as well.Now, while we've got it out, we're going to take a minute and show you how the controls work here as well. We've got the unit on already. We need to turn our remote on. To do that we're going to hit that forward button one time. At that point, we're ready to go. Let's see, forward is going to bring the unit towards the power button, backwards going to take it away. Now while we're going forward or back, we can also change direction. That's one thing I really like about it, it spins pretty much on a dime. You can make minor adjustments, or more major ones.Here you can see, whether we're using the more permeant bracket attachment, or if we use the ball mount connected there, you see we've got good articulation. There's a socket right here, so as our trailer, if it gets on uneven surfaces side to side, or something like, we won't have to worry about all that torque being put down into the rover and trying to lift it. In this case, it allows that trailer to roll side to side, forward and back a little bit, making it a really nice, smooth operation.

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