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Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover - Topwind - 15" Lift - 500 lbs

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trailer jack valet side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
trailer jack valet side frame mount dolly 5x swivel and mover - topwind 15 inch lift 500 lbs
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trailer jack valet side frame mount dolly swivel - pull pin 5x and mover topwind 15 inch lift 500 lbs

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trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
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trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind stc-v211
trailer valet jack side frame mount dolly topwind 5x swivel and mover - 15 inch lift 500 lbs
trailer valet jack swivel - pull pin topwind stc-v211


  • Side Frame Mount Jack
  • Trailer Dolly
  • 500 lbs
  • Topwind Jack
  • Swivel Jack - Pull Pin
  • Bolt-On
  • Trailer Valet
  • 15 Inch Lift
  • With Wheel
Heavy-duty jack with integrated drive function replaces your ordinary trailer jack and takes the hassle out of hooking up and moving your trailer. Simply turn the crank that powers the drive system and direct your trailer with the steering handle. Lowest Prices for the best trailer jack from Trailer Valet. Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover - Topwind - 15" Lift - 500 lbs part number STC-V211 can be ordered online at or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.

Trailer Valet Trailer Jack - STC-V211

Heavy-duty jack with integrated drive function replaces your ordinary trailer jack and takes the hassle out of hooking up and moving your trailer. Simply turn the crank that powers the drive system and direct your trailer with the steering handle.


  • Trailer jack with integrated drive function lets you easily raise, lower, and move your trailer
    • Drive your trailer to your hitch for fast, hassle-free hookup
    • Effortlessly move your trailer into your garage or another tight spot
  • Chain drive system is powered by easy-to-use hand crank
    • Drive and steer your trailer with minimal effort
    • Switch between high and low gears for effortless driving - even on an incline
    • Drill attachment (TVDA - sold separately) can be added to power the drive with a cordless drill
  • Dual positraction wheels for easy maneuvering
    • One tire freewheels when you are turning, then reengages when turn is completed
  • Steering handle helps you guide unit
  • Automatic brake keeps trailer from rolling
    • Chocks should still be used during storage
  • Topwind hand crank makes jack easy to raise and lower
  • Convenient swivel design
    • Swing up to stow parallel to tongue for travel
    • Move back into upright position for use
  • Rugged steel construction with silver powder coat and zinc-nickel plating resists rust and corrosion
  • Simple installation
    • Heavy-duty bracket clamps to either side of trailer tongue
    • Mounting hardware included


  • Application: trailer frames up to 2-3/4" wide x 6" tall
  • Lift: 15"
  • Bracket height:
    • 9" Retracted
    • 24" Extended
  • Dimensions: 28" tall x 18-1/2" wide x 12-1/2" long
  • Tongue weight capacity: 500 lbs
  • Weight: 45 lbs
  • Gear ratios:
    • High speed: 5-to-1
    • Low speed: 14-to-1
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Trailer Valet

When the time comes to move or align your unhitched trailer, the Trailer Valet 5X is at your service. Instead of driving your vehicle to your trailer, use this heavy-duty jack to drive your trailer to your hitch. This saves you the time and frustration of having to repeatedly back up your vehicle to align the hitch ball with your trailer's coupler.

The Trailer Valet 5X also makes it easy to park or move your trailer into tight spots and to position it in a garage. And it allows you to take corners and make slight adjustments in steering while the trailer is moving. No more attempting to back the trailer in with your vehicle.

After hookup, just flip the Trailer Valet 5X up to store it alongside your trailer frame. Then swivel it back down for use when you arrive at your destination. Simply use the jack function to raise the trailer so you can unhook it from the ball, then lower the Trailer Valet 5X to get your trailer level and into position.

How to Operate the Trailer Valet 5X

Trailer Valet 5X Diagram

  1. The jack crank raises and lowers the trailer tongue.
  2. The hand crank powers the chain drive system and can be positioned on either side of the unit in either high or low gear.
  3. The steering handle allows you to navigate the trailer to exactly where you want it.
  4. The gears allow you to switch the hand crank to adjust for inclined and flat ground.

Chain Drive System

The Trailer Valet 5X is easy to operate. The hand-crank-powered chain drive system can be operated in either high gear or low gear, depending on the terrain. You can make operation even easier by adding a drill attachment (TVDA - sold separately), which allows you to use a cordless drill (not included) instead of the hand crank. The drive system activates the dual positraction wheels. Both wheels are engaged while the Trailer Valet 5X is moving straight - in either forward or reverse. When you need to make a turn, one of the wheels disengages and freewheels, allowing the other wheel to move the trailer. All you have to do is turn the crank that powers the drive system and direct the Trailer Valet 5X with the steering handle. When you straighten the steering handle back up, the other wheel reengages and the Trailer Valet 5X drives straight again.

Brake Positions

The Trailer Valet 5X also includes an auto-brake function that acts as a wheel chock to keep your trailer in place. When the steering handle is raised up, the drive system is engaged. The handle automatically falls down when it is released, bringing the wheels to an immediate halt. This safety feature prevents your trailer from running away from you. The handle also locks when down, keeping your trailer level and secure for storage. Wheel chocks should still be used.

How to Install the Trailer Valet 5X


A heavy-duty bracket clamps the jack to your trailer's tongue with the included mounting hardware. Multiple holes in the bracket allow you to adjust for trailer frames up to 6 inches tall, and the bolts are long enough to accommodate frames up to 2-3/4 inches wide. Just tighten the bolts and you're ready to use the Trailer Valet 5X.

TV5X Trailer Valet 5X Trailer Mover and Swivel Jack - Topwind - 500 lbs

Replaces V211

STC-V211 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details STC-V211 Installation instructions

Video of Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover - Topwind - 15" Lift - 500 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover Review

Today on our trailer we're going to be installing, the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part number stc-v211. This is a heavy-duty jack with an integrated drive function that replaces an old and ordinary jack, to allow you to move your trailer into positions or tight parking spaces. With the trailer jacks integrated drive function, will let you easily raise, lower, or move the trailer. It has a chain drive system that is easy to use by the crank handle.The automatic brake helps keep the trailer from rolling once into place. The rugged steel construction with silver-powder coat and zinc-nickel plating resist rust and corrosion. It'll fit trailer frames from 2-3/4 inches wide to 6 inches tall.

It has a lift capacity of 15 inches, and when retracted is at 9 inches, full extended 24 inches. It has a trailer tongue capacity of 500 pounds and a gear ratio on the drive system, in high speed is 5 to 1, and low speed is 14 to 1.Being our install we're going to start with the jack mounting plate. Now, here on the drivers side theres not enough room with the breakaway box battery in the way, so we're going to move it over to the passengers side. Now to secure the bracket, we use the four bolt, flat washer, split -lock washer and nuts, along with the bracket that will go on the back side of the frame. Let's go ahead and mount the bracket.

Slide the top two bolts through first to help hold it against the frame.Then I can put my bracket on the back side. Securing each one, we have the flat washer, split-lock washer, and then the nut. Note, the bracket could be mounted in the rise or drop position. We've got a lower sitting trailer, so we're going to mount it in the drop position. Now with the two top bolts in place, we can go ahead and repeat the same process with the two bottom ones.

Then we can ratchet it down, and as we ratchet it down we want to make sure we tighten down the hardware evenly, from top to bottom.Now because we're going to mount our on the passenger side, we need to rotate the shaft and then repin it. Next we'll go ahead put it on to the mounting bracket, using the pin and clip provided. Then Ill take my bolt, it will go through the bottom of the bracket and into the jack shaft plate. Here I can thread it in and tighten it down. Now with our mount in we'll go ahead and take the pin out, use the top crank handle rotate it down, and pick up the trailer.Now with our trailer valet mounted we can use our low speed grear or high speed gear to move our trailer into position.

Here we have the crank handle, you'll see it has a pre-drilled hole to fit the D10 00:03:32 in the gear. Once we start moving we'll keep the steering handle up, because in the down we're in a locked position, activating the brake function in the trailer valet. We'll pull the handle up. Now as you can see we're in our slow speed and can rotate our trailer around tight corners. Now if youre on flat level ground possibly with an unloaded trailer, you can switch to the high speed. Here we can go ahead and simulate using our valet brake. There you have it for the Trailer Valet, Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part number stc-v211 on our enclosed trailer. .

Customer Reviews

Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover - Topwind - 15" Lift - 500 lbs - STC-V211

Average Customer Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars   (237 Customer Reviews)

Heavy-duty jack with integrated drive function replaces your ordinary trailer jack and takes the hassle out of hooking up and moving your trailer. Simply turn the crank that powers the drive system and direct your trailer with the steering handle.

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by: rshirley1009/27/2013

I attached the Trailer Valet to my 3326 dual wheel TrailManor Travel trailer and am plesantly suprised with the trailer mover. It bolted to the fram easily enough and easily moves the trailer in tight places. The short toungue on the travel trailer meant that it had to be mounted slightly to one side but it still works fine. Due to it being off center the inside wheek carried a larger amount of weight and I noticed that the valve cap was scraped off as the wheel rotated around in the wheel well on the inside wheel but it only damaged the plastic valve stem cover and scraped some of the threads on the valve stem. The brake on the steering mechanism worked well and held the trailer firmly as putting the trailer in the garage was a tight space with only about a foot of clearance between the two sides. Manuverint the trailer was easy band the brake on the steering extension allowed me to check the clearance on both sides frequently without worying about the trailer rolling back down the driveway. There is a inch and a half ridge across the front of the garage and by placing a 1/2 inch board in front of a 1 inch board the trailer mover had plenty of power in the low gear to get the trailer over the ridge. I tried both moving gears and the high speed gear moves the trailer much faster but I would only consider using it if the trailer was on flat pavement. It takes much more effort to move and control the trailer in the high gear. My trailer weights about 4,000 pounds. A lighter trailer would probably be O.K. to move with the faster gear. I discovered that I will probably have to remove the bolt holding the mover to the ataching base when I pull the trailer because the wheel on the trailer mover hangs down about 2 inches too low for the equalizing hitch spring bar to move freely while the trailer is being towed. The hitch pin used in the mounting bracket to secure the mover should hold the mover securily when using the mover. The Trailer Valet can be stored in the vehicle when it is not needed or it can be left at home when the trailer is being used and re-attached when the trailer needs to be stored again. There is an electric tounge jack that came with my trailer so when the trailer Valet is attached to the trailer there are two tongue jacks available for lifting the tongue off of the tow vehicle. The Trailer Valet has a good toung jack built into it but with a few modifications it could be made to attach to the tougue jack on a travel trailer and some of the hardware in the mountin bracket could be eleminated. Most toungue jacks allow for the attachment of different wheels or pads on the bottom of the jack that are attached with the same hinge pin that is used to hold the jack in position when the trailer is being pulled. By modifying the mover it could eleminate the mounting bracket and the tongue jack. I am pleased with the Trailer Valet so far and would recommend it to others needing a trailer mover to park a trailer in a tight space. One should note about the trailer mover is that it is only for use on hard serfaces. People who are wanting to use it on grass or gravel will have to use plywood ot something to get traction for the mover on lose surfaces. 101822

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by: Pete D.12/04/2014

I recently purchased a dual axle 16 foot trailer to haul 2 quads and 4 dirt bikes. My hope was that the trailer will be stored in my backyard without paying storage fees at some storage lot. Unfortunately, my alley is quite narrow, my gate is not too wide, my backyard is grass, and there is a hill down to where I need to store the trailer. Trying to drag the trailer with a quad was scary at best. There is no way that I can drag the trailer around with some powerless trailer dolly at my age. The Trailer Valet came to the rescue! Installation was fairly quick and simple. I did follow the directions and placed the mounting bracket low on the trailer tongue and the mount clamp connector on it low as well. I did make a quick trip to the neighborhood hardware store for proper length bolts and nylon lock nuts. The provided bolts were too long for my specific needs. They should be fine for a full size RV trailer. The high gear is good for going downhill. The automatic brake works well as I soon found out. The low gear gets the trailer back up and out of the yard, even over grass. I did have to crank the trailer tongue up higher to get better traction in the grass, but was expected with a dual axle. Simply put, there is no way that I could get that trailer in and out of my backyard in a safe and easy manner without the Trailer Valet. I do the job all by myself, and I did not spend a pile more for some powered unit to do the job. I will be getting another mounting bracket to use the Trailer Valet on my RV Trailer. In my opinion, there is no better solution at that price level. 163363


Pete, I am looking at purchasing a trailer valet. You stated in your reviews that it worked on a grassey incline is that true?. I dont want to purchase it if it doesnt. I have about a 125 foot strecth between front and back of house. I have a 14 aluminum boat and trailer

-- comment by: Larry J - 10/24/2015


Yes, I have a fairly aggressive grassy incline in my yard that I must go up or down due to irrigation. I have found that when going up, I crank the tongue up to put more pressure on the Trailer Valet tires, then they get traction. Check the tire pressure when you are going to use it, and check the tires on the trailer, too. Please note that the valet tires may not work well in mud, but reasonably dry grass is fine. My trailer comes in at around 900 lbs, so I have to use the lower gear most of the time when going uphill, and for manipulation around the truck. Take the Valet off when not in use, or it will rust a bit outside. Use your trailer tongue jack instead of the Valet when not in use. I take the rig off while driving. I want the better clearance, and I do not want to donate it when I go for gas or a meal on the road. Biggest issue I have is that the trailer tires start to sink in the grass and soft dirt during storage outside. Getting it going at first can be an issue due to the trailer sinking down a bit from irrigation and weight, but that is not the valets fault. Hope this helps.

-- comment by: Pete D - 10/26/2015


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by: Ted09/22/2014

I bought this to help make it easier to put my boat into the corner of the driveway where we keep it and get it out. My driveway is black top in fair condition, with an incline. The boat is a 23' and with the trailer is probably about 500 lbs and a tandem axle, so right at the limits of what this is rated for. The unit itself is beefy and appears to be of decent quality. The box was damaged, but there was no damage to the unit itself. I had to buy slightly longer bolts to make it work with my trailer (3" frame). Even with this heavy trailer, steering is decent, and the brake function works well. However, traction is a concern. It does not have the traction to pull the trailer up the hill at all, and can only move it to a limited extend sidways, although that has more to do with the tandem axles than anything. The gearing does make it slow to move, I could see using an attachment for a drill/electric drive would make its use significantly easier. Despite my trailer being on the high end of what should work with it, it still does a pretty decent job. If it was able to do everything I need it to, I'd rate it at 5 stars, but I rate it at 4 since it does most of it. If the boat trailer was empty or I had a single axle trailer, I think this would be perfect. 152407


I have a tandem axle boat trailer with a 21 boat. I have a need to swing the trailer to the side to line it up with the space next to the garage. Your comments about limited sideways movement are a concern to me. I have been pushing it but am getting to the age that it is very difficult to do and need something that can do it. My boat and trailer weigh about 3500 pounds. How much does yours weigh. This is my only concern about this product.

-- comment by: Eric - 01/30/2015


I purchased the Trailer Valet and it does the job I need it to do. My concern about the tandem axle trailer is no longer a concern. It takes a little practice to get everything in sync when making sharp turns but overall I am quite pleased with its performance. Sharp turns are the biggest challenge because of the dual axles but I am able to maneuver the tongue completely sideways. When doing so you have to be careful because the trailer tires are resisting the turn and it can roll back at you if you dont set the brake.All in all I rate it highly and look forward to many years of service from it.

-- comment by: Eric - 03/06/2015


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by: Bill05/17/2013

Awful, Don't touch this! To lift and lower jack takes a lot of force. Called company and they said if it had been insalled I was stuck with it. SAD! Most jacks will at least lower ok, this one wont even crank down resonable! Now what do I tell the kids about the Fathers Day present they got me? 80678


I have the same problem Bill. The jack on this thing is junk. The rest of it has been working well. I replaced the jack with a good Atwood 5K jack and it is fine. These guys went the cheap route on the jack. I think it probably works great on boat trailers where the tongue weight is relatively low, but you get much above 300lbs tongue weight and the jack is out of its league.I would not recommend this product.

-- comment by: Mike - 07/02/2013


I wish I would have read your review! IT IS JUNK AT BEST !I brought this into work the day after I installed it, It failed almost immediately. Anyway we have 3 Mechanical Engineers. They laughed out loud when we took it apart! I WASNT LAUGHING!We fixed several simple design flaws. I however can help you! FREE INFORMATION!They plated the jack screw! really stupid!!!!You can take it apart and clean out all of the plating, then grease the heck out of it!You will need to do this every month until all the plating is removed.My tongue weight is only 200 lbs, and it couldnt jack it up or down!!!!!!!!!!!!Grease helped it out, there is lots of other stupid stupid stupid mistakes that you can fix for under 10 dollars at your local hardware store.

-- comment by: JIM B - 08/05/2013


We have greatly improved the jack on the newest generation of Trailer Valets by widening the pitch on the acme thread and adding more lubricant to the inner walls which makes it easier to raise and lower your trailer. We are now also using a thicker gauge steel for the outer casing of the jack, which minimizes the play on the device while moving your trailer, and strengthens the device.

Ted C from - 01/31/2014


I know this reply is late, I removed jack screw and saw it was plated. DAY 1 The plating was coming off, So I removed the jack screw and hit it with a wire wheel, removed as much of the plating as I could, then I greased the heck out of it. MUCH MUCH MUCH BETTER.There are lots of other issues too. But that was the worst. The pivot bolt was supposed to be a shoulder bolt, they just used a regular bolt with a nut which eventually fell out causing the entire wheel and jack assembly to fall off when going down the highway. The air valve stems are too long and hit the wheel frame. If you still have it I can help. By the way, Outside of those issues, its wonderful.......

-- comment by: JAMES B - 05/12/2015


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by: greg08/04/2017

I have a quicksilver 8.0 popup that weights about 900 lb. I need to transport it behind the house via a very narrow route that is practically impossible to navigate with the camper attached to my Rav4. Using manual trailer dolly is very hard for one person and a serious risk for hernia. Two people can do it with some sweat. The route is grass that is mostly even. All together about 60 meters. Observations: 1 - the drill attachment is absolutely needed for distances that are more then perhaps 5 meters otherwise you will get the exercise of your life. 2 - with such light trailer the Trailer Valet (TV) can move on grass - as long as the grass is dry and very even. 3 - as soon as you hit even the smallest incline the wheels will spin. They are simply not wide enough. With hand cranking and wheels spinning and tearing up the grass you are going to be saying world that you did not know existed. It is that frustrating. A few tips to make this workable at least in my situation: - do not follow the manual when installing and install on the HIGH position. This way when you attach the TV the tongue will be closer to the ground and you will have MUCH more weight on the TV. More weigh, more grip. - if wheels still spin rest your foot on the tongue (sounds bad) and put as much weight on it as possible, just support yourself with the other leg. This helps very much. Drill operation: Craftsman C3 3/8" drill can do when switched to 1st gear and provides adequate speed. It will get very warm after about 10-15 meters. Possibly can overheat. The larger C3, 1/2" drill with more torque works better but will again get quite hot after perhaps 40-50 meters. I alternated the drills to prevent overheating. After a test ride of about 60 meters batteries in both drills were 1/2-3/4 depleted. summary: I wish the TV had wheels that were at least twice wider. At least there was a model with a small motor build in. The way it is I would not recommend it on grass use if you are not a very patient man and you do not mind two parallel groves that will follow the narrow tires of the TV. 415077

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by: George F.10/21/2013

Excellent service. Fine product for my application. During shopping for a trailer dolly, the detail provided by e-Trailer folks on the dimensions of fit and the answers to similar questions I held made the sale. I have a 5% slope from the street to my spare garage bay and a very tight fit for a new Jayco Series 1007 popup just purchased. I over estimated my backing skills and found the approach too tight for backing in. The neighbors were pleased to help push first time in. But something else was needed to avoid bailing out on the garage for commercial storage to keep my good neighbors down the road and the garage structure intact. The Trailer Valet was easy to install. Instructions were just fine. E-trailer's video and other picture data helped as well. Recommend that a beefy buddy assist just because of the product's bulk. I did it alone but used a large flower pot and blocks to hold it in place while bolting. I did need to substitute smaller bolts robbed from my junk bin to fit my unit's tongue beam size. But not a large matter. Could have made the bolts furnished do with washer shims. First solo trial out of the garage was easy compared to the three-man show required to enter. I did have a little struggle getting over a one-inch bump into the garage but a second try with a little momentum made it just fine. The Valet has saved me finding expensive commercial storage. 104628


Valet works great. Your product is going to keep a lot of aging baby boomer sportsmen and women playing outdoors.

George F - 10/22/2014


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by: CB09/27/2015

First had a steel plate welded to T@B trailer frame to close 3 sided channel into full rectangular box and strengthen frame to prevent distortion from weight of jack. Attaching mount to frame really needed 3 hands, particularly to ensure level mounting, but nothing too difficult to accomplish. Blocked up frame and removed old worn wheel jack. Put mount on frame side closest to old wheel jack. Trailer Valet provides good support and mobility on pavement. Have not tested on gravel or dirt yet. Only downside is that built-in braking mechanism does not have a lock for release. You must apply force to steering handle at same time. This actually makes it more difficult for one person to guide and move T@B for fine maneuvering/clearance because you cannot see around the trailer while turning the crank. This is a small inconvenience which requires pauses and checking clearance. The clips and cotter pin security are convenient and secure - very good design. Because my T@B has a recommended tongue height of only 16 inches, had to place jack mount "upside-down" on frame to get good clearance for jack wheels but with light tongue weight, this is not a problem. With reinforced trailer frame mod, there is no deflection or distortion. Finally, used a utility knife to trim the plastic trailer jack/brake cover to fit around new jack mount and set it back in place for the sake of appearance. 227954

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by: Dale H.05/28/2014

I received the Trailer Valet in a timely manner. I was surprised at the size if the box. I thought "holy mackerel", how big is this thing? After taking the Valet from the box, I was very impressed with the obvious quality of the item and was excited and wanted to install it immediately. In my mind, before I received the Valet, I figured I would have to make some special attachments to accommodate the Valet. I was pleasantly pleased that the Valet bolted right to the frame of my boat trailer. The Valet is perfect for my situation as I have a very tight drive way. I can't just hook up the boat and leave. I have to move the boat and trailer with a hand dolly to get it in position to connect to my truck. This takes a lot of physical strength pushing and pulling. I am 74 years of age and it becomes harder each time I take the boat out to fish. Naturally I had to try the Valet to see how it worked. Wow, it moved my boat and trailer so easily that I had to call my wife to come and see how little effort it took to move the boat and trailer. The Valet is just what I needed to move the boat. Now I will be able to turn the boat and trailer around to a position in the drive way so t I can hook up to my pickup and pull straight out of my drive way. Before it took a great deal of effort to turn the boat around in my drive way and was very dangerous in as much as the drive way slopes down to a steep angle. The Valet will allow a safer method of moving my boat and trailer because of the brake feature that comes with the product. This is a great product that is priced right and allows me to move my boat and trailer with out the help of my wife. in a safe manner with much less effort. "Life is Good"!!! 132989

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by: Larry G.10/03/2017

I am 70 years old and needed an easier way to back my Bass Tracker Pro Team 175 boat into it's parking space on the side of my home. Backing the boat in using my vehicle was difficult. Sometimes I could do it on one try and other times I needed several tries to get it in position. I decided to buy the Trailer Valet and see if I could use it to maneuver my boat the last 20 feet into it's parking space. My boat parking area is paved and level. My boat is about 17 foot long and weighs about 2300 pounds with the trailer and gear. The Trailer Valet works very well with my boat. I also now use the Trailer Valet to position the trailer hitch over the ball when I am connecting the boat to my vehicle. I have used both the manual crank handle and a 14.4 volt cordless drill to move my boat. They both work well, but you have to be careful when using a cordless drill that you don't twist your wrist. You need a fairly level paved surface for the Trailer Valet to work well. I once tried using it on a rough dirt parking area and the drive wheels would just spin in the dirt. The Trailer Valet is well made and I have not had any problems with the equipment. When my boat is stored, I use a jack under tongue of the boat trailer so that there is no weight on the Trailer Valet wheels. 438871

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by: Sarah08/28/2016

I've really hesitated to leave a review on this because I felt that my experience was not typical. I purchased this primarily to move my oversized trailer around my driveway. My driveway is not typical, it's basically a hill with not much maneuvering room. But the Trailer Valet website showed that this could move easily on hills so I saved up and bought it. It doesn't do hills at all. Also, the driveway needs to but absolutely pristine - no dirt, rocks, or sand. Boy, does this thing not like sand! Just a little on the driveway and the wheels just spin. I suppose this would work if the surface is clean and well paved and absolutely flat. Add a little sand and a bit of a slope and it takes 4 people to push and one to operate the valet in order to get a trailer to move at all. Also, I was disappointed with the unit itself. My fault, I didn't unpack it when it arrived, I waited about a month before I "got around" to unpacking and installing the until to my trailer. Follow everyone else's advice and go get other bolts. The ones that come with the unit are useless. By the time I unpacked and installed, I realized that one of the tires was flat. Not only flat but won't hold air for more than a few minutes. Makes it very hard to use when you have to stop every few feet to re-inflate the tire. No instructions came with the unit on how to replace the tire...but, again, my fault, I haven't contacted the manufacturer to get those instructions yet. Get idea in concept, not functional for areas with any slope. Maybe if they make a sturdier version with bigger tires that can actually grip the road, I may reconsider... not sure yet. 288718

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by: Chris11/18/2017

I've recently installed the STC-V211 Trailer Valet on my bass boat trailer. I ordered this to ease moving my bass boat into and out of the rear corner of my shop. To say the fit is tight is an understatement, there is 2 inches clearance for the prop and a scant 1 inch between the ball mount and the front bumper of a fully restored classic car. For years I pulled it in and out by hand, but I'm not as young as I used to be. The Trailer Valet gives me so much more control, I can pass within 3/4 inch of the car bumper without fear of collision. It does the work of moving the trailer that my back used to do. I did fabricate a mount for my trailer that is smaller than the supplied mount purely to satisfy my own sense of aesthetics. That's the good, now for the not so good, the crank handle socket split on the corner on its very first use. (see photo) I was a bit disappointed as the rest of the unit seems to be well built. I hope this is not a harbinger of things to come. Overall a bit spendy but does a good job. 453259

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by: Chris T.07/20/2015

Just received my trailer valet late last week and installed it on an empty trailer today. Took me less than an hour to read the instructions, remove my old tongue jack and install the valet. The only part of the instructions that was a bit vague was where to install the security bolt, but I found the hole in less than a minute. The tongue jack and mover work very smoothly and effortlessly on the empty trailer. The lever which engages and disengages the brake seems a bit balky but it is new. The valet is large. Two things to consider when installing: 1) If you have a spot that just fits your trailer, be sure to consider where it sits. I have a about 2 inches of length to spare in my shed, and mounted it as far back as I could. You can always swivel it to get it out of the way, but keep the size in mind. 2) If you have a sharp turn in only one direction, consider that turn when choosing which side to install the valet. The handle of the valet will turn sharply away from the trailer, but either the body or the handle will limit how sharply you can turn towards the trailer. Here also, you can rotate the valet 180 degrees to get the opposite angle but you might as well make it easy on yourself from the start if you can. I have a free but very challenging parking situation that historically has resulted in at least a few expletives being uttered as my wife and I try to make a tight 90 degree corner into a shed that JUST fits our boat, both in length and width. Stay tuned after I put the boat away in about 4 weeks. 213246

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by: Bryan07/09/2017

First, if you need a great way to position your trailer by hand, this product has worked perfectly in its first few months. Initially, the product did not work at all. The pin that positions the wheel for leverage (allows it to hold weight and roll) did not fit correctly and required an aftermarket adjustment to make it work. I did not look into sending it back for warranty but perhaps etrailer would honor that. I would check the fit of all parts together with pins immediately upon receipt though as it appears the manufacturer does not. The two gear speeds are perfect - it moves quickly in high gear and low gear provides the gear ratio to allow you to move the trailer up gentle hills. It can even be driven with an electric drill (but doesn't take super strength to drive by hand). The wheel braking system works well and helps you control your descent down a gentle slope well enough, though you may want to consider using the lower gear when relying on the breaking system to control a descent.. For me, this tool allows me to back my trailer into a garage with less than two feet of clearance either side and a sharp 90 degree turn in from the alley. Nails it every time! I would recommend this to someone who wants to move their trailer by hand with control in tight spaces. Works well in camp and at home to place the trailer precisely. I don't recommend it for moving the trailer long distances (more than 50 feet), for steep grades nor for commercial use 403671


Bryan, glad it is working out for you! Since you mentioned it, please find our returns policy here:

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by: Keith H.03/27/2015

Wow, what can I say. This product is great. It was delivered a day before they said it would be, now that by itself is better service than you can expect. I installed it the day it was delivered. Very easy to install, just removed the original jack and put the new one in place. I have a 17.5 foot deep V boat that weighs in at just over 3000Lbs. The garage that it goes in only has 3/4 inch clearance on each side and 2 inchs above the windsheld with the jack all the way down. It used to take up to an hour to get in and out by pushing and pulling by hand. Now it only takes minutes. It is very easy to turn and move to line it up. I was going to purchase this last year but the price was just a little high. I was glad to see the lower price and it sounds like they have improved a few things since then. When I was looking at the hardware there is a shoulder bolt that the online instructions from their web site does not list, I called them and an actual person answered the phone, she knew exactly what I was talking about. The parts break down shows it but does not have it numbered. It goes in from the back of the trailer bracket to hold the jack in place if you do not want to take it off. Customer service from both places is excelent! If you have a trailer that is hard to move around or just goes in a tight place I would recomend this, it really makes it much easier to move. 181217

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by: Mike B.09/29/2015

I bought this to be able to move my R-Pod into position to hook up water and power to it at home, which involves a 90 degree turn. It performs the task perfectly. It is a bit of a workout to move the trailer very far up even a slight slope, so I use the truck to back the trailer up the drive, and then maneuver the trailer into position with the Trailer Valet. It's exactly the right tool for the job, seems well-made, and I'd recommend it. You get what you pay for, and this is a good value. 228330


This unit has worked out perfectly. Its become part of my routine. Whenever we want to take the trailer out, I just grab the Trailer Valet, push it back and turn it 90 degrees, then pull it forward, it, and hook up the truck. Reverse the steps when we get home, and its stowed. Easy peasy. If I didnt have the Trailer Valet, Id have to store the trailer a lot more inconveniently and in the way.

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by: Robert C.10/11/2015

I have a 20.6' Grady White Boat that is on a dual wheel trailer that I had a hard time putting into a close parking place . I had read some of the reviews on the Trailer Valet and had some concerns that it would not perform on my situation with the weight of my boat. I contacted etrailer and they were great to help assure me that the Trailer Valet had listened to customers and done some re-designing of the Trailer Valet to address some of the issues customers had expressed. So I took a chance and ordered one. I am glad I did, it does exactly what I needed. My boat is stored at a condo complex where there are close parking spaces and I needed to be able to put my boat in between the assigned parking spaces and could not accomplish this with my vehicle. It has been amazing to see the reaction of people watching me move my big boat with the Trailer Valet into the parking space. They have said they have never seen anything like this and wanted to know where I got it. I think I was one of the first to get one of the new re-designed versions of the Trailer Valets as I had to wait a short time for delivery. I was not sure it would work when it arrived, but without it I could not handle my boat by myself. This is a great product and it is worth it's weight in gold to me for what it does. So far I am extremely pleased. 229719

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by: Denny D04/23/2013

I really like it. Had to buy shorter bolts as my trailer is not completely square tubing. Installation instructions were kind of poor, but I figured it out after a bit of a struggle. 77429


I absolutely LOVE the trailer jack. At my age 70 moving the boat in tight quarters is not always very easy, but with the jack it is a snap! I have it situated so I can take it off after loading the boat on the truck, and then when I return home I can easily re-attach it to maneuver the boat into the shelter I have for it.Sure glad I found you guys when I did!

Denny D - 05/16/2014


Im 75 and considering getting one of these for my bassboattrailer.Im concerned about the difficulty and time involved in removing the trailer valet when traveling then re-attaching it when home. Im wondering what the thing weighs.Many thanks for any comments.

-- comment by: Joe - 07/28/2014


The Trailer Valet offers a swivel function, so when you are traveling it will swivel up out of the way. Then you get to your destination, just release the pin and clip, and the trailer valet will swivel into position. The weight of the entire assembly is 45 pounds.

-- Rachael H - 7/29/2014

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by: Tom D.06/07/2016

Product arrived quickly and in perfect shape. It works very well for me but can be tough yo use on an up-hill grade or where surface edges meet. (However, my boat pushes the weight limits for the product.). One downside with my boat is that it is pretty hard to see past the bow to observe the side clearance when moving the boat. Since I literally only have about an inch of clearance on each side, I therefore still have to do quite a bit of stopping and examining while I am parking the boat. However, I am not sure how I would otherwise squeeze it into my garage without a high likelihood of damaging something. One recommendation that I have is for the company to provide a power drill adapter. I made my own, but the winch handle size seems to be an off-size (metric?) and so the square tubing I bought at the big box store is not an exact fit. The drill provides more power and endurance when moving up hill and also allows a more heads-up approach when maneuvering. Also, since my drill is variable speed, I can still move the boat slow enough to avoid damage and injury. Overall, very pleased with the product and with e-trailer. One star deducted for effort needed in some circumstances and issues regarding vision past boat when backing while having to crank on the handle. 258722

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by: Bill Salt Lake City Utah07/25/2015

I waited for my Trailer Valet that was back ordered for over a month! IT IS WELL WORTH THE WAIT!! I removed my old jack and had the Valet installed in under 30 minutes! I have a very narrow area to park my boat ( less than 6" on each side) once the Valet was on I was able to place the trailer right next to the fence and not having to worry about hitting it when I tried it with my truck! Glad I found Trailer Valet now my neighbors aren't sitting there watching me try and back the boat into my narrow spot! Drop it outside the opening and crank it into place!! Big thumbs up guys. 214341


Other boaters that see it on my trailer ask what it is and how does it work! I would hope that you have sold some based on my recommendation! I love it!

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by: Hitch Getalong07/04/2017

The jack lift is NOT 15 inches - it is_10_inches. I've had to find ways to work around that. I wrote to the mfr. about that, and they said they'd revise the spec, but I've seen no sign of change. Also, the thought of trying to move a 5000 lb trailer with this thing scares me. Would you try that with a bicycle? This device is nothing more than a jack plus two bicycle chains and a crank driving a small wheel, with a small ratchet-type brake. I have only 250 lb on it, and it works, sort of, sometimes. Only one of the two wheels is driven - when the thing leans the wrong way (and there is enough slop in the jack that it WILL lean, one way or the other), that can remove weight from the driven wheel (which is on the left, as viewed while holding the handle), which will then often just spin, going nowhere. I tried to move my 1000 lb (empty) cargo trailer on my paved driveway - wouldn't move it at all, the wheel just spun when I cranked. In fairness, the trailer had been sitting awhile, so its tires had sunk in a bit - but that's normal. And it rusts. So, overall, it's a good idea, seriously over-spec'ed and somewhat poorly implemented, with significant design flaws. I'm still looking for something better. 401559

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by: Ivan Rodz07/05/2014

This is an amazing product! Before I purchased this item I had a hard time getting my boat in the garage; now is so easy! Now I don't worry at all about asking someone to help me push the boat into the garage. I am so happy with the Trailer Valet Jack and my wife too. My garage has a 1 1/4 inch lip and the Trailer Valet has no problems pushing my Tahoe, 19.5' w/trailer in place. Thank you!! 139388


This product still giving me good service. I cant imagine myself being without it. I highly recommend it.

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by: Happy boater06/20/2016

Yes I'm happy. A product that does what it advertises. Hesitant to spend the money, video's found on Etrailer and youtube convinced us. Chronic back, knee and shoulder issues from 30 years of fire department work slowed our boating down due to the issues with hand pushing the trailer. No more! I understand the theory behind step-down gear advantage but was still shocked at how non-stressful and smooth it is to use the Valet up our slope to re-park in the garage. We opt to keep the regular tongue jack installed and remove the Valet (the trailer bracket stays in place of course) to reduce envious eyes when the trailer is parked at busy marina's...glad the option is built in, attaching it to the bracket when we return home is a snap. Its a solid unit, construction and welds show quality workmanship. Changes? A bit of an expanded instruction manual with a larger is pretty tough on old eyes. Would I buy it again now that we've used it a few times? YES. 262768


No changes to the reviewed offered a year ago, it works as well as I had hoped and has given me confidence to do what had been a daunting job of garaging. A shot of lube to the chain has been the only maintenance required over the past 12 months.

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by: flboater09/25/2014

I received a trailer valet in a very timely manner and it was very well packed with no damage. It was very easy to install. I put rubber tape between the parts that touch the aluminum on the trailer so there would be no corrosion. I mounted the mounting socket high on the trailer because I need to get the tongue as close to the ground as possible when entering the garage. Ive only used it a few times and so far it works good. I'll give another report in a few months to let you know how it holds up[. 153058


The trailer Valet still works great after a year. My boat has about 250 tongue weight. Only problem I have had is tires are hard to put air in due to how valve stem is located.

flboater - 09/26/2015


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by: Dan J.04/06/2014

I purchased the Trailer Valet for my 17 ft. Aluminum fishing boat with a 115 hp 4 stroke.I'm 65 with a pacemaker, 3 back surgeries and a bad Rotator Cuff. I have to make a sharp 90 degree turn backing up to get my boat in the garage. The boat motor and trailer weigh 2500 lbs. There is a 5 percent grade into my garage. Installation was simple and the directions were easy to follow. Packaging was very good. etrailer was great to order from and the price and free shipping were nice. I was not expecting it to move my boat around like a motorized dolly that cost $1000.00 to $1500.00. I was surprised to find it did a very good job of moving my boat the way it did. I had no problem backing it in or pulling it out of my garage. Low gear was much easier to use than high gear. The brake really works and the unit is put together well. I do not plan to leave it on the trailer while towing. I left the Dolly that came with the trailer on it. I think if it was left on the trailer some one would remove it at the ramp while I was fishing. My wife was amazed at how well the Trailer Valet moved our boat. Great product and great sevice from etrailer. 123970

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by: Joshua F11/10/2014

The trailer mover works but with my 20' Tige is significantly harder to move than the video reviews I saw before ordering it. The tires didn't move well at all in dirt and gravel but that should be expected by looking at the tire tread. I definitely worked up a sweat moving my boat but this works so much better than just pushing the boat around on the flimsy wheeled jack stand that was on the trailer. 160090


Funny, i have the exact same DHM boat trailer as you and was doing research on what to replace it with. I ran across this thing and it seems like a great idea. Thanks a ton for posting those pictures! Im pushing the published limits as my boat is a 23 and total weight is 5,000lbs. Hopefully there is engineering safety factors built in!

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by: Dan V.08/05/2017

It is a little early for a product review as I have only owned it for 2 days. Initial thoughts: Install was VERY easy and only took 10 minutes start to finish. I had our 2011 Z-8 in the back which is loose gravel, the twin wheels hold the weight with ease without sinking in. However, when I tried it for the first time the wheels dug themselves into a small hole and would not move the boat. Pretty sure it was all on me and where I had last parked the boat but it was getting dark and I did not feel the need to hook up and move it to solid ground because I am pretty confident it will perform as advertised once I do. I will at that point follow up with a more accurate review........ 415177

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by: Seth F.07/08/2013

Having tried a manual trailer dolly, I wasn't holding out much hope for this because my driveway is at a bit of an incline. However, this product moves my 6x12 enclosed trailer with ease!! The parking brake feature is awesome and I have zero complaints. Very well made product. 88242


Unfortunately, the weld broke that holds the parking brake handle to the body luckily not while on an incline!. I was pretty upset about it, but their customer service was top notch and sent me a replacement asap. I notice the weld design had changed, so Im holding out that the updated one is better.

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by: Gary C.06/04/2015

After placing my order for a Trailer Valet, I sat back and thought it would take at least several days for it to arrive. To my amazement my valet arrived in 2 days. I opened the package, looked over the materials, and then read the instructions. Now, I'm not the most mechanically able person, so I was a bit worried about installing the unit. It took me less than 10 minutes to install the trailer actually took me longer to unpack the product! Once on the trailer I proceeded to move my boat...a 16 ft Bass Tracker around my driveway. It was a snap. Even when the wheels of the trailer were on grass I was able to maneuver the boat back onto the driveway with ease. I look forward to not having the frustration of backing up my vehicle several times to line up the hitch ball with the trailer. It will be a breeze to just use the valet to bring the trailer up to the ball, lower the trailer, and secure the trailer. Now that I am able to move my boat so easily, I hope to use it more this summer. 200571

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by: Mark11/24/2014

I have a 5x8 covered trailer filled with about 1,000 lbs of tools. My driveway is sloped, long, narrow and has a 90 degree upward turn at the end with little room for maneuvering. It was impossible to back the trailer in with my truck and too much of a slope to push it by hand. Motorized trailer dolly's are out of the question financially. The Trailer Valet allows me to quickly back the trailer effortlessly precisely into position. The brake feature secures the trailer on the slope until I can apply the wheel chocks. Additionally, the next morning I can "drive" the trailer directly onto the hitch avoiding the "in and out" backup routine. This is the real deal. Built solid, high quality materials and workmanship. Delivery was quick and ahead of schedule. Overall a great product and company to deal with. Side note: One to always look for ways to make life easier, I rigged a square drive to my cordless 1/4" impact driver and viola, a motorized trailer dolly. Drives right in without cranking. 162382

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by: Brian B.12/01/2016

Still works great. In 2016 I have recorded close to 4000 miles of driving with the TrailerValet attached to my pop up camper. No issues at all. It has come in handy on several occasions when I needed to re-position my camper on the spot or to just get it in there because the turn was too tight to back it in. When I do this it sometimes draws spectators who have never seen it before and they are always amazed. It also still works great for its original purpose of getting my camper in and out of my small garage. Due to a slight incline this would be impossible without the TrailerValet and I would be out $50-$100 per month in storage fees. Two complaints/opportunity for improvement: 1. The TV has developed some superficial rust. They could do a better job prepping the device for outdoor use. 2. Longer handle on the crank. I can get my camper into the garage but it is a lot of work. Having a longer crank handle would make this task easier. 321256

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by: Shelby H.10/28/2016

I must confess I was looking for a cheap solution to my problem of moving my trailer around. I even considered building something myself. However, the more I read about the trailer valet 5x, the more it seemed to be exactly what was needed. The only problem remaining was the price. That seemed like a lot for something so simple. Well, I took a leap of faith and ordered the trailer valet from etrailer. When it arrived at my office, we were surprised at the size. And, it was heavy. That's a good thing when talking about equipment. The fifteen minute install was accurate and I had a way to move my trailer! But, one Big problem remained...the jack didn't want to work! Darn, a factory defect and I got it! For the uninitiated, you must first remove the pin on the bottom of the jack for it to work! Doh!?? It is safe to say, the trailer valet is worth every penny! American made and it works perfectly (once you remove the retainer on the jack). Great product!! 311496

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by: Jim L.07/20/2014

If you need something to move your trailer with little effort, I think this is it. Very easy to install on the tongue. The size is a bit big to leave mounted but you can remove the unit and leave the bracket in place. It works just like the videos show. Now I don't have to find someone to help me push and pull the camper into its tight parking spot. 142279


The Valet is still working like a dream. I am no longer at the mercy of finding help to move the trailer.

Jim L - 07/20/2015


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by: D&B W07/02/2014

We are impressed and so far very satisfied with our 'trailer valet'. We were able to very easily/effortlessly reposition our tandem axle trailer with boat on it in our more possibly hurting ourselves trying to push the boat around. We decided we will disconnect the trailer valet during travel as it adds a lot of weight and bulk to the trailer tongue. We purchased this mainly to help us move the boat around our garage. Will also be very helpful for hitching up from the garage. We highly recommend this product. I did a lot of research on your web site as well as other sites regarding possible products. We were very impressed with the customer service and product knowledge of folks at 138883


Looking hard at buying one of these. I am concerned about taking this thing on and off my boat trailer frame when traveling. How difficult and/or time consuming is it to remove and reinstall??Many thanks for your reply.

-- comment by: Joe - 07/28/2014


It uses a standard pipe mount, so pulling one pin is all it would take. The good news is, you don't have to take it off each time. You can pull the pin, rotate it 90 degrees to get it up and out of the way, then re-install the pin. Check out the video at the 00:55 mark.

-- Patrick B - 7/29/2014

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by: Robert S.07/19/2017

We enjoy fishing and boating most of the summer, but over the years it has become more difficult to maneuver our 3,000 lb. Hurricane 226 Fundeck boat and tandem trailer in our garage. With a recent upgrade to a 3,600 lb. Hurricane 201 Sundeck the job of moving the boat in our garage became impossible. Thank goodness for the Trailer Valet! Now I can simply back the boat into the front of our garage, quickly hookup the Trailer Valet, and move my boat back into our back boat storage area. I could not be more pleased with the ease of installation and operation. Wish I had purchased it years ago. Definitely a product I would recommend to anyone. Thanks Trailer Valet! Bob S., a satisfied customer. 407898

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by: donarr05/13/2015

All Aspects Excellent. (1) I did not know product was backordered at time of ordering. I expressed my displeasure. George and Tamara are customer centered and calmed me. (2) Product shipped prior to estimated date, (3) product arrived in good order and good packaging, (4) product exactly as described, (5) installation easy, (6) product working better than expected and (7) my wife is more than happy as her duty as spotter has been eliminated. I Highly Recommend the Trailer Valet STC-V211 and I Highly Recomment Sincerely, DonArr 192490


Does anyone use it on grass, dirt or stone driveway

-- comment by: Pete H - 06/26/2015


Does anyone use it on grass, dirt or stone drivewaycomment by: Pete H - 0626/2015Pete, I have only used my Trailer Valet on concrete. I have a gentle slop into our enclosed garage and have zero trouble maneuvering the Tahoe Q5i into its designated parking space. Hope this helps.-donarr

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by: Greg11/19/2014

This thing saves my back. It is very easy to maneuver my 23 foot boat and trailer in and out of the tight dive way beside my house. 161916


It works great, my rig has a 500 lb tongue weight and the Trailer Valet moves it around with ease. I dont leave the tongue weight on the Trailer Valet when Im not actively using it. I want to keep it in great shape for years to come because it is so useful.

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by: K.C. Reilly07/16/2016

I have 3 different trailers that I use the trailer valet on, all single axle trailers. I have a 6x10 open utility trailer, a 5x8 enclosed trailer and a 7x14 V-nose enclosed trailer. The trailer valet works quite well on all 3 trailers on concrete however, if the drive wheels of the trailer valet are on grass they do not get enough traction, even with my smallest and lightest trailer, and the drive wheels usually just spin. Also, trying to get any of my trailers from the grass over a 1" lip onto my concrete pad using the trailer valet is mission impossible. I had to buy some fiber reinforced plastic grid to use as ramps to get up onto the concrete. Some of the same grid under the drive wheels solved the traction problem there as well, If you are using the trailer valet exclusively on concrete or asphalt it is a great product and should serve you well for a long time. 272679

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by: Ed08/18/2015

This would be an excellent unit if it was motorized. (You may delete the following paragraph. It is written for e-trailer consideration for improvements). The crank handle is too low to the ground, requiring the operator to bend down while cranking. This makes it difficult to see the other side of the boat. Quite an inconvenience when in close quarters. In addition, holding UP on the brake lever while cranking, lightens the load on the wheel and it sometimes slips. 220112

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by: John Y10/29/2017

The good and the not so good. Seems pretty durable and it’s helped me move my cargo trailer camper conversion around in my back yard. I put old cedar deck boards under the wheels to get traction when it bogs down. Trailer Valet makes no claim that they can work on turf, but why don’t they build it with larger tires having more aggressive treads so it can claim it operates on turf? I don’t expect it to move a trailer across a sand dune, but the world isn’t all paved, so at least make it work well on turf. The last point I want to make is about the optional cordless drill attachment to operate the trailer valet without the crank. What a great idea, but Trailer Valet gets a good price for their trailer mover, so why don’t they GIVE the attachment to their customers instead of charging $45 for something it costs them $1 to make? 447115

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by: John Y.10/28/2017

The good and the not so good. Seems pretty durable and it’s helped me move my cargo trailer camper conversion around in my back yard. I put old cedar deck boards under the wheels to get traction when it bogs down. Trailer Valet makes no claim that they can work on turf, but why don’t they build it with larger tires having more aggressive treads so it can claim it operates on turf? I don’t expect it to move a trailer across a sand dune, but the world isn’t all paved, so at least make it work well on turf. The last point I want to make is about the optional cordless drill attachment to operate the trailer valet without the crank. What a great idea, but Trailer Valet gets a good price for their trailer mover, so why don’t they GIVE the attachment to their customers instead of charging $45 for something it costs them $1 to make? 446974

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by: Nick I06/20/2014

This is one of the best decisions I have made! It would normally take me one hour to back my 17 foot Casita travel trailer into a tight spot, it now takes less than 5 minutes! It took less than 15 minutes to install, it is simply an amazing product, and had I bought this earlier, it would have saved me a lot of grief! 136848


Hello Nick,It appears your propane tank cover would interfere with cranking the trailer valet wheels down to the ground. I have a similar situation with my trailer, as the propane cover and tanks will be right next to the mounting bracket.What is your work-around for that situation?Regards,Bob R

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by: Lawrence J.05/08/2016

Appears to be a well built product. Fairly simple install although the plate bolts could be a little longer for trailers that have a slightly larger frame. I have a Karavan snowmobile trailer and installed the trailer valet on the tongue, opposite side of the my current jack (since I want to be able to remove the trailer valet if parked elsewhere and not wanting someone to help themselves to it)... Given my fully loaded trailer is about 1500 lbs the valet works as designed. Moreover, it works pretty good on inclines. I still struggle a bit with the brake handle since it doesn't want to engage/disengage as smoothly as I'd prefer (there are a couple of pins that need to be engaged when you pull up on the handle). Overall, it does what is advertises to do for moving a trailer around in tight spots. 249112

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by: Eric L06/14/2017

I bought the Trailer Valet to help move my 12-foot pop-up camper through my backyard for storage. It works GREAT on pavement and packed surfaces, but struggles in any kind of unstable ground or lawn. In the end I chose to rent a parking space at a trailer lot for storage because it was too much of a burden to get the trailer where I needed it. For the Trailer Valet itself, installation was a snap. The convenience of having it even to line-up to my vehicle is great because I find myself connecting the trailer to my vehicle without assistance a lot. It is a bit bulky on my pop-up. Occasionally I have trouble with clearance to swing the jack to the travel position particularly if I'm parked on any kind of incline. Overall, I'm glad to have the Trailer Valet as it does make things easier. 394146

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by: Christopher05/30/2016

This saved my butt moving my trailer in and out of my yard. It's also the only product you can buy at this price point that does what it does. There are few problems I had and a few modifications I made that helped. 1. This does not perform well on gravel or soft dirt 2. If you overload the hitch weight it will break Modifications: 1. Bought chain replacement links right away. This saved my butt ($5 found at a transmission parts store) 2. Replaced the bolts that hold the tires on the axel ($5 at home depot) 3. Got my tires filled with synthetic material. ($40 Fountain Tire) Tips: 1. Keep a long piece of ply wood close by if you plan on moving on gravel 2. Raising the trailer will put more stress on the valet. 3. Have someone help push the trailer when you're turning 253736

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by: Manley08/01/2014

had it assembled in 5 minutes and worked perfectly on a 23 foot 4500 pounds boat and trailer package Jack works awesome as well did exactly what it said was packaged nice delivery was prompt. Added air to the tires a little and went to work immediately this jack is a home run. 144041


Love it!!

Manley - 08/17/2015


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by: Aaron Z.09/02/2016

Has worked great for moving my Ebbtide 16.5 Dynatrack SS with a Johnson 115 on it. I have to park it in the third bay of Garage but the boat and trailer are to big to go in the single bay garage door. So I use the Trailer Valet to bring boat up hill on driveway and into double door opening and then sharp angle it into the third bay space. I could never do that with my truck or by hand, boat is to heavy for that, but it is no problem with the Trailer Valet. Only thing I have had to do to the trailer valet was spray some garage door lube on the chain and other moving parts. It had gotten a little stiff and squeaky and didn't want to disengage the brake easily. After the garage door lube spray, it all works great again. Couldn't put my boat away in the garage with out it. 290646


After 2 seasons using my Trailer Valet it still works like new. Just have to spray some penetrating grease on chain and other moving parts to keep it smooth and quiet.

Aaron Z - 09/03/2017


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by: CB09/20/2016

Trailer Valet arrived promptly. After my usual reverse installation figured out what anyone with a modicum of mechanical aptitude would have immediately seen and correctly installed the jack. Installation was simple once I figured it out, although the instructions do assume more mechanical sense than I have. The jack appears to do exactly what it is supposed to do. My boat setup is about 2700 pounds and moves easily. Moreover, since the jack on the trailer only goes straight ahead it already is a great improvement in allowing me to move the tongue easily around. We shall see soon how it works going down (and up) the slight incline of the driveway, but if not I am still way ahead of where I was. My rating is not useful as I have not fully tested the Valet. 296924

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by: Mike07/20/2015

The Valet clearly needs to be used on a hard surface with little if any grade change. I have been working with it since I installed it today on a very lightweight R-POD trailer. It has a very hard time moving it up a slope. I filled up the trailers fresh water tank which is forward and this added weight on the tongue was the key to getting the trailer to move at all. I can't move the frame attachment point any further back to give more added weight on the Valet wheels. Its best use is perhaps maneuvering the trailer at a fairly level camping site, but for my very light trailer, it can't move over any slope or slight angle in my unpaved back yard. I have purchased a horse stall heavy rubber mat that I roll the tires on, but this is not optimal. 213251

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by: Bill W.06/04/2016

I have been happy with my Trailer Valet. It has done what I wanted it to do. I have a driveway with a small slope, and I am able to move my trailer up the driveway and into the carport without much effort. It takes a lot of cranks on low speed, but after I get it on the level carport surface I can put it in the high speed mode. I had the trailer (3,000 pounds) in a storage lot for a while, and the surface was compact gravel. Sometimes when the gravel built up behind the trailer wheel the tires on the Trailer Valet would spin. After leveling the gravel behind the trailer wheel I could continue. It's much better on cement or asphalt. Now, if I could find some way to power the Trailer Valet with a small electric motor it would be perfect. 257029

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by: Gill C.08/03/2015

I purchased the Trailer Valet to move my 7x16 tandem axle Pace Legacy enclosed motorcycle trailer in and out of a tight garage space. The width of the space isn't an issue since I have a 16' door but the depth is only about 3 inches more than the length of the trailer so I was concerned about backing the trailer in with my truck with so little room for error. The Trailer Valet worked perfectly for my situation and was able to get the trailer in it's space safely with no concerns. As expected, with the tandem axle, any tight turns require a good bit more effort, but it handled everything fine and straight or slight turning movements are a breeze. Very happy with the purchase and George was very helpful in making my decision to buy. 216346

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  • Trailer Dolly Recommendation for Moving a Boat Trailer in and out of a Garage
  • The Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413020134 that you referenced would certainly be capable of moving your trailer around as long as the tongue weight of your trailer does not exceed the 1,600 lb capacity of the jack. However, it would not be nearly as easy as using a Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211. I believe I have something that would be ideal for you. Since you are looking for an easy way to move your trailer in and out of your garage I think you might...
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  • How to Manually Move Coleman Popup Camper Up a Driveway with a Grade
  • We offer several types of trailer dollies in addition to the Rack-Em unit you referenced, part # RA20. This Rack-Em dolly has a 1-7/8-inch hitch ball, 13-inch tires and a tongue weight capacity of 500-lbs. For the greatest ease and safety when moving your camper we offer the hand-crank-powered Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part # STC-V211. The Trailer Valet bolts on to your camper frame and provides two speed operation through the hand crank. It will fit trailer frames...
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  • How to Manually Move an 8,000 Pound Trailer
  • You are right on everything you have said. The manual dollies like # RA20 do not have the capacity for your 8,000 pound trailer. There is a manual crank type, # STC-V211, but its tongue weight capacity is 500 pounds. The motorized ones that you mentioned are not something that we carry but it is exactly what you need. If you will need to move the trailer around manually often then it would be a good investment. You might be able to find a used one by the usual means but remember that...
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  • Recommendation for Moving a Heavy Boat Trailer Short Distances on a Driveway
  • The Rackem trailer dolly, # RA20, would work well as long as the tongue weight of the trailer is something you would normally be able to handle by hand without the use of anything. If not then even though the dolly will make it easier, it may not be the best solution. What I recommend is the Trailer valet, # STC-V211. It kind of works like a winch. Cranking the handle moves the trailer much easier than doing it by hand or using a dolly. I have included a link to a video that shows how...
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  • What Size Drill Will Replacement Drill Attachment for Trailer Valet Work With
  • I went to the warehouse and checked out the Replacement Drill Attachment for Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly, part # TVDA for you. The adapter will work best with 1/2 inch 18V drills. This adapter will work with # TVXL2 and # TVXL25 and also the # STC-V211 trailer movers.
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  • Availability of Trailer Swivel Jack with Pneumatic Tires
  • If the tongue weight of your trailer is less than 500 lbs, the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part # STC-V211 might be a good choice. The jack swings up next to the trailer frame so it'll be out of the way of your truck tailgate and the jack features two pneumatic tires. This is the only jack we offer with pneumatic tires. If you click the provided link, you can see a demonstration video of the jack. The wheels on the jack are actually driven by one of the crank handles on...
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  • Will Trailer Valet Work On Grass And Gravel To Move 20 Ft Boat And Trailer
  • The Trailer Valet, part # STC-V211 may work with your lawn if the ground is not soft, and your tongue weight is not excessive. The gravel may be another issue. If the gravel is loose and does not provide a solid footing it would be difficult to move the # STC-V211 with the boat attached. I have attached a product review video of the Trailer valet you can check out. The cranking that powers the drive system would depend on how level the ground is and if there is solid footing for the...
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  • Will the Trailer Valet # STC-V211 Fit a 2011 Jayco Pop-up Camper
  • The installation bracket for the Trailer Valet # STC-V211 that you referenced takes up to 8 inches of space to mount on the trailer frame. If you have enough room to mount the unit, you should be fine being able to swivel it into position to travel because you should not have anything else extending over the side-rails of your trailer. In the picture I have attached are the measurements from the actual # STC-V211 we have on site. From the bottom of the wheel to the top of the unit while...
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  • Dimensions Of Replacement Mounting Bracket For Trailer Valet
  • There is no weight rating for the Mounting Bracket, part # TV-0002. It is designed to replace the bracket for the Trailer Valet Trailer Jack, part # STC-V211. The Trailer valet has a weight capacity of 500 lbs. You may be able to install a different trailer jack in the bracket but since they do not test the bracket with any other manufacturer items, I cannot give you a weight capacity for the bracket or a guarantee it will work. I pulled one of the # TV-0002 from our warehouse and...
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  • Is the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover the New or Old Version
  • I went out to the warehouse with the writer who wrote the description for the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, to determine if our stock is the old or new version. I am happy to report that we have the new version. The manufacturer states the following changes: The new Trailer Valets will still be powder coated, but all the parts that are exposed will be now be Zinc-Nickel Plated, a process known for its excellent resistance to corrosion. The quality of the Acme Screws on the device are greatly...
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  • Can the Trailer Valet Move a 4,000 Pound Trailer Up a Small Incline
  • You should not have a problem moving your 4,000 pound trailer up a small incline using the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211. It has a 5,000 pound capacity and 500 pound tongue weight capacity. The Valet has 2 gears and depending on the degree the incline is you might find that the low or high gear is better suited for that particular incline. I have included a link to a video review for you.
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  • Does the Trailer Valet Trailer Jack Work On Grass
  • The dual 9 inch diameter wheels on the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, will work well in grassy terrain. You can switch between a high and low gear for the best results on different terrain. The wheels on the jack are the only available size. Should the wheels need to be replaced Trailer Valet does offer them. I have included a video review for you to view.
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  • Recommended Trailer Dolly for Use on an Unpaved Surface
  • The best type of trailer dolly for your application of moving an 850-lb utility trailer is a 2-speed hand-crank dolly like the Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211. This is both a trailer-mounted tongue jack and a hand-crank-powered trailer mover that offers a choice of 2 operating speeds. Please click on the included video link to see this item in detail. Trailer Valet also offers a Trailer Dolly # TVXL2 that does not mount to the trailer frame like the jack style...
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  • Best Place on a Boat Trailer Frame to Install the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover
  • The further forward on a trailer the less weight there is. If at all possible, move the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, as far forward as you can on either side. The OCD in me wants to say put it on the opposite side as the regular jack. A boat trailer usually has lower tongue weight than a regular trailer because the motor on the back of the boat is weighing it down on that end. That should keep you within the tongue weight capacity of the Trailer Valet, which is 500 pounds. You could...
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  • Availability of a Trailer Swivel Jack with 8 to 10 Inch Pneumatic Wheels
  • All of the swivel trailer jacks that we carry that have wheels have plastic wheels with the exception of the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211. With this jack you also get a trailer mover. The jack has a tongue weight capacity of 500 pounds so if you need a higher capacity you would have to go with a model with a plastic wheel. I have linked all of the swivel jacks that have wheels.
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  • Best Way to Move a Trailer Around on a Paved Driveway
  • You have a couple options. You could go with a standard trailer dolly like the part # MT70225, or for an even easier product to use you could go with the Trailer Valet part # STC-V211. This jack comes with a crank and handle that allows you to move a trailer on pavement very easily. Check out the review video I attached for more info.
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  • Recommended Best Trailer Tongue Jack for Maneuvering in Tight Areas and on Gravel or Soft Terrain
  • The best swivel trailer jack for gravel and soft ground is the Trailer Valet # STC-V211. The Trailer Valet jack will have dual rubber wheels unlike the Fulton Jack # FXPD15L, which has plastic wheels, thus giving it better grip and support through the rougher and softer terrain. The # STC-V211 will also allow you to maneuver more precisely than the Fulton jack, because it has an integrated drive function that makes maneuvering effortless in tight spaces. Another really neat feature...
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  • Trailer Jack Recommendation with Rubber Wheels for Manueverability
  • All of the jacks we sell that have wheel casters like the part # DL22800 that you referenced will have a hard plastic like wheel except for the Trailer Valet part # STC-V211. This has rubber wheels and a crank that allows you to roll the wheels of the jack and your trailer to easily maneuver it. Check out the review video I attached for more info.
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  • Can the Trailer Valet Drill Attachment Work on all Versions of the Trailer Valet
  • The drill attachment part # TVDA that you referenced can work on either version of the Trailer Valet XL part # TVXL2 and # TVXL25 as well as the 5X part # STC-V211.
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  • Recommendation for Easily Moving a Pop Up Camper Into a Storage Unit
  • If your Coleman Sedona PopUp weighs around 2,000 lbs (I think that is what was indicated), the MaxxTow Trailer Dolly # MT70225 would work well to move it around as long as the ground is level. Moving 2,000 lbs around with a pallet jack isn't that difficult so you should have no problem. I attached a review video for this product for you to check out as well. The other solution I would recommend would be the Trailer Valet # STC-V211 which has a crank on it that works as an integrated...
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  • Can a 4,700 Pound Boat Trailer be Moved without Using a Motorized Trailer Dolly
  • You could probably move the boat and trailer if it was on level ground but up an incline would be difficult. The tongue weight of a boat trailer is normally lower compared to a utility trailer with the same gross trailer weight. This is because the rear of a boat is heavier than the front. If the tongue weight of your boat does not exceed 500 pounds you could use the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211. This is a jack and trailer mover in one. It has two speeds for easy moving of the trailer....
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  • How Much Space is Required on the Trailer Frame to Mount the Trailer Valet Trailer Jack and Mover
  • We have tested the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, on a trailer but not on coarse gravel. However, I feel that it would fair well because the dual wheels provide a wide surface area and the wheels are not hard plastic so they can move over a little rougher terrain than your average jack wheel. The bracket takes up 8 inches of real estate on the trailer frame. The unit has a capacity of 5,000 pounds but the further back on the frame it is the harder it will be to use the jack portion and maneuver...
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  • What Type of Tires Are Supplied on the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack, Part # STC-V211
  • I spoke to my contact at Trailer Valet to get specifics on the tires supplied with Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover, part # STC-V211. The dual tires measure approximately 9 inches by 2-1/2 inches (this will vary slightly depending on tire pressure). The tires are tubed and are usually shipped with about 50 psi pressure. The typical working pressure range for these is 50 to 60 psi. I have included a brief video that demonstrates some of the safety and convenience features...
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  • Dimensions for Mounting Trailer Valet # STC-V211
  • As you noted, the mounting bracket on the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211 requires 8 inches of space to mount. If the crossbeams on your trailer frame are roughly 5 inches apart, not including the width of the beams as shown in Image #1, it would be a very tight fit for the installation bracket. Another consideration. Based on your photograph (image #1), it doesn't appear that you will have enough space to be able to swivel the trailer valet into travel position....
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  • Is the Latest Upgraded Version of the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack part # STC-V211 Available
  • I can assure you that you will get the latest version of the Trailer Valet Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211 that comes with all of the upgrades you listed. We do not have any old stock of the original version left of this product so everything we sell going forward will be the latest version with the upgrades. I attached a review video for this product as well.
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  • Using a Higher Capacity Jack, Trailer Dolly, or Trailer Mover to Move a Boat Trailer Around
  • If the weight and pressure is too much for the jack then it may be too much for a person using a dolly as well. You could go with a higher capacity trailer jack. There are also some motorized trailer movers out there. If you can tell me what kind of weight we are talking about I can make some recommendations. You might be able to use something like the trailer valet, # STC-V211. It has a 5k trailer weight capacity and tongue weight capacity of 500 pounds. It has two speeds and will...
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  • How to Manually Move Trailer Up Driveway with 12.5 Percent Grade
  • We offer several types of trailer dollies in addition to the Rack-Em dolly you referenced, part # RA20. This Rack-Em dolly has a 1-7/8-inch hitch ball, 13-inch tires and a tongue weight capacity of 500-lbs. This is the trailer dolly I would recommend. It will allow you to move your 1400 lbs trailer around with ease. It is great for helping to manuever your trailer into tight spaces like in the garage. Other options include the MaxxTow dolly # MT70225. This dolly has a 1-7/8-inch ball,...
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  • Installing Trailer Valet # STC-V211 on Trailer Frame that is Too Narrow for Supplied Hardware
  • If your trailer frame is a bit too small for you to mount the bracket of Trailer Valet # STC-V211 then what I suggest is to simply use a steel spacer plate to take up that slack, rather than use different hardware. Keeping the original hardware avoids any question about strength and compatibility and the extra material at the valet's attachment point will provide reinforcement for the trailer frame. Your local hardware store will have what you need and most likely the cost for the steel...
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  • Can Wheel and Jack on Trailer Valet be Easily Removed To Tow a Trailer and Reduce Tongue Weight
  • We have a Trailer Valet set up on a trailer outside so I went out to test it. You can remove the jack and valet part from the mounting bracket that attaches to the trailer. I had to jack it up using the Trailer Valet, slip under a jack stand, and lower the trailer on the jack stand. Then I just raised the jack a little, pulled the pin, and the whole unit can slide off. In order to completely remove the Trailer Valet, # STC-V211, you would have to loosen and remove the 4 bolts that are...
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  • Are the Trailer Valet V211 and 5X the Same Thing
  • The Trailer Valet 5X and the older part # STC-V211are the same thing. Trailer Valet may have changed the number for the jack but it's the same thing as the previous name/number. Same capacities and everything.
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