Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW

Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW

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  • Trailer Valet
  • 2-5/16 Inch Ball
  • 1000 lbs Capacity
Heavy-duty dolly with integrated drive takes the hassle out of moving your trailer. Simply connect your trailer, turn the crank, and guide the trailer with the steering handle. The drill attachment lets you use your power drill instead of cranking. Lowest Prices for the best trailer dolly from Trailer Valet. Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW part number TVXL25 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Trailer Valet Trailer Dolly - TVXL25

Heavy-duty dolly with integrated drive takes the hassle out of moving your trailer. Simply connect your trailer, turn the crank, and guide the trailer with the steering handle. The drill attachment lets you use your power drill instead of cranking.


Features:

  • Trailer dolly with integrated drive system lets you easily 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 for storage
  • 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
    • Designed for use on level surfaces
  • Included drill bit lets you power the gears with your drill
    • Power drill itself is not included
  • Solid rubber tires last longer and handle better than inflatable tires
    • Deep treads allow extra grip for more stability on gravel, dirt, and grass
    • Intended for use on pavement and well-packed surfaces
  • Dual positraction wheels for easy maneuvering
    • 1 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
  • Hitch ball base can be adjusted up and down to change ball height
  • Included coupling plate keeps the dolly flush with your coupler to prevent damage
    • Installs between the hitch ball and base
  • Rugged steel construction with black powder coat and zinc-nickel plating resists rust
    • 500-Hour salt spray rating
  • Drill attachment, steering handle, hitch ball with base, cotter pin, locking nut, washer, and tightening tool included


Specs:

  • Hitch ball diameter: 2-5/16"
  • Adjustable hitch ball height: 19-1/4" - 20-1/4"
  • Dimensions: see diagram below
  • Steering handle: 11" long
  • Tongue weight: 1,000 lbs
  • Gross trailer weight: 10,000 lbs
  • Weight: 60 lbs
  • Gear ratios:
    • High speed: 11-to-1
    • Low speed: 27-to-1
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Trailer Valet XL

When the time comes to move or align your unhitched trailer, the Trailer Valet XL is at your service. Instead of driving your vehicle to your trailer, use this heavy-duty dolly 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 XL also makes it easy to park or move your trailer into tight spots and to position it in a garage. 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.


How to Drive the Trailer Valet XL

The Trailer Valet XL is easy to operate. You can either use the included hand crank to operate the chain drive system, or you can make operation even easier by powering the drive with your 18-volt drill (not included). The drive system activates the dual positraction wheels. Both wheels are engaged while the Trailer Valet 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 power the drive system and direct the Trailer Valet XL with the steering handle. When you straighten the steering handle back up, the other wheel reengages and the Trailer Valet XL drives straight again.


The Trailer Valet XL 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, though wheel chocks should still be used.


Never-Flat Tires

The solid rubber, never-flat tires on this dolly outperform inflatable tires, and hold up better under the weight of your trailer. Deep treads in the tire surface give you better traction on gravel, dirt, and grass. But you will get the best results when using this dolly on well-packed surfaces or pavement.



TVXL25 Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs







Video of Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW


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




Video Transcript for Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly Review

Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Trailer Dolly XL. Now this is available in 2 different models. One model comes with a 2 inch ball. And the toher model comes with the 2-5/16 inch ball. When the time comes to move or align your unhitched trailer, the Trailer Valet XL is at your service. The Trailer Valet has an integrated drive system which makes moving the trailer very easy. Now, one of the key features about the Trailer Valet XL is it's ability to be used with the included drill bit.

This is designed to replace the handle, so you can remove the handle, place the bit over either the low gear or the high gear. Then you can operate the drive system using the 18-bolt drill. The Trailer Valet XL also makes it easy to park or move your trailer into tight spots and to position it in a garage. It allows you to take corners and make slide adjustments in steering while the trailer is moving, which means no more attempting to back the trailer in with your vehicle. The chain drive system is powered by an easy-to-use hand crank. This allows you to drive and steer your trailer with minimal effort and allows you to switch between high and low gears for effortless driving even on an incline. The dual pause attraction wheels allow for easy maneuvering.

One tire freewheels when you're turning, then reengages when the turn is completed. The large steering handle makes guiding the unit very easy. It's got a nice textured rubber grip design here on the end, and then when it's not being used, we can allow the handle to engage in this clip which gives it a stable position. The Trailer Valet has an automatic brake built into the unit and it's going to engage every time the handle is in the release or down position. As you can see, for demonstration purposes today, we're on a really steep incline. This is a loading dock here at our warehouse.

I'm going to take the trailer as far up as we can until it starts spitting 00:01:54 out. Then I'm going to release the drive mechanism. I'm going to release the handle. I'm going to let the brake do its job. Here we go.

I'm going to go ahead and release. During the demonstration, it's important to note that we're just working with the trailer weight. There is no cargo loaded in our trailer. Please note that even though the unit features an automatic brake to keep the trailer from rolling, chocks should still be used during storage. Now, we brought you out here to a gravel lot because we want to show you that the Trailer Valet, whether you're on hard surface, soft surface or even a rocky surface, it's going to get the job done. The Trailer Valet features a rugged steel construction with black powder coating which is going to help resist rust and corrosion. It also features a 300-hour salt spray rating. The 9-inch diameter wheel allows for easy maneuvering. The unit features a gross trailer weight capacity of 10,000 pounds, maximum total weight capacity of 1,000 pounds. The collar, which is designed to offer a nice tight fit on the coupler has adjustment to it. That way, you can work with different coupler designs. One of the neat things about the Trailer Valet is how easily it can be moved from one trailer to the other. Now, we want to go ahead and show you how to get the Trailer Valet connected to your trailer. Before you do so, you want to make sure that you have at least 75 psi in each tire. We went ahead and checked ours and we filled it up to about 80 psi per tire. Now, we're ready to go ahead and put the ball inside the rotating socket here on the Trailer Valet. Really simple to do, it's going to have some pinholes down here that we want to make sure line up with the pinholes in the socket. Put that in there and then we can secure it by installing the included pin and then bringing the clip around to the other side. Now, we want to make sure that the coupler height of our trailer is high enough, that way, we can fit the ball of the Trailer Valet directly underneath. It's got a nice easy grab handle right here, so that way, we can lift it up into position. As you can see, the coupler height is just directly above the ball. Now that the ball is directly underneath the coupler, we can go ahead and lower our trailer jack which is going to lower the coupler onto the ball. We'll go ahead and lower it all the way down and then to secure it, we'll go ahead and bring our coupler latch up and into the fully seated position. With it fully connected, we will raise the trailer back up until the wheels of the Trailer Valet are off of the ground. Now, we'll take this collar, this is the locking nut. We'll turn it counterclockwise, raising it up underneath the lip of that coupler. This is going to keep the unit from disengaging from the coupler so it's going to keep the ball secure inside that socket area. Now with that collar hand tight, we'll go ahead and move it around and you can see how much play it has. What we want to do is we want to use the included tool to continue tightening as we move this around. That's going to take out any of that excess play, making sure that everything is tight and secure. With everything tight and secure, we can go ahead and raise up our trailer jack which is going to put the weight of the trailer onto the Trailer Valet. Then we can go ahead and remove our blocks. The final thing we need to do before we're ready to go ahead and use this to move our trailer around is we need to attach our drive handle. Place it right over one of the two gears. We have a high gear and a low gear. We're going to use the high gear. The unit slides over and that it engages in that hole on the handle to hold it firmly in place. That's going to complete today's look at the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly,


Customer Reviews

Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW - TVXL25

Average Customer Rating:  4.2 out of 5 stars   (147 Customer Reviews)

Heavy-duty dolly with integrated drive takes the hassle out of moving your trailer. Simply connect your trailer, turn the crank, and guide the trailer with the steering handle. The drill attachment lets you use your power drill instead of cranking.

- TVXL25
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900 lb tongue weight, 8,000 lb trailer. The Trailer Valet XL solves all my problems regarding backing into my very narrow RV space on the side of my house. So far, and for the price, you can't beat it. 573688



- TVXL25
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I was able to put a 27foot trailer in small place in my back yard from a alley with little trouble 571941



- TVXL25
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I'ved used it about 10 times on my 3,000 lb trailer. I bought it because my trailer is stored in a tight area alongside my house. Be careful on slopes since the wheel can lose traction, insufficient weight and the single tire will slide. The trailer valet xl works fine and is solidly built. Make sure to read the manual and follow the instructions. 435659



- TVXL25
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I have a very tight parking situation that is sloped a little and this allows me to Move the trailer out to wash and wax , rotate tires or work on the brakes etc. I haven’t tried to move it down the drive and into the street yet , next time I take it out maybe ? 585980



- TVXL25
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I purchased the Trailer Valet to move my Flagstaff travel trailer through a narrow space next to my house. Works perfectly and as a side benefit, I am able to position the trailer so that it opens onto my patio. Trailer has a GVWR of about 4,000 lbs. and the Valet handles it easily as I pull the trailer over crushed stone. I found that when cranking, sitting on a rolling stool is more comfortable than standing because of the low profile of the Trailer Valet. Unit seems to be well constructed. I have been very careful to steer it only when moving, and then only slightly. If a more drastic turn is necessary, I stop and raise the tongue so that the weight is off the Valet, turn it, lower it, then return cranking. I can see how some people may have a problem trying to force turn a heavy trailer and messing up the tires in the process. 395477



- TVXL25
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I've had this for about a year and it's still an excellent product. Only reason for one star less is that you have to be in a bent over position for most of the action. 574465



- TVXL25
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This trailer moving devise has been valuable in parking our camper trailer for storage inside a dry wall finished aircraft hangar. The final back in can not be done with the truck for fear of hitting the walls and causing damage to both the trailer and the walls. This product has been the perfect solution since our new trailer is too heavy to be pushed by hand. 485469



- TVXL25
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As usual, etrailer.com has once again provided another outstanding product for a reasonable price & rapid-shipping. I needed this trailer dolly for the purpose of maneuvering a large capacity trailer with a 1,000 lb tongue-weight in tight quarters. Although I have seen this trailer-dolly for sale elsewhere on the Internet... they usually come with inflatable pneumatic tires which I did not want. I wanted my unit to come with both the solid tires & drill-socket attachment for my power drill. The unit provided by etrailer came with everything that I was looking for as well as being very competitively priced. It shipped super-fast & upon arrival I found the build-quality of this unit to be well-designed, extremely durable & very user-friendly. After a quick review of their on-line instruction video, I hooked it up & easily maneuvered my trailer into place. As I have additional trailers with various sized hitches, I will probably be ordering another size ball or two so as the trailer dolly can be used on my other units as well. My compliments to etrailer for your obvious commitment to customer service by once again providing superior products at competitive prices. Keep up the stellar performance & you will continue to have my business. Many-Thanks & Kind-Regards, Wizard 453418



- TVXL25
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We have a 21 foot mini Summerland camper. Live in a cul-de-sac with a curved driveway. Use the Valet to park it and move it when needed. Hooks up fast, works easily with $20 drill and adapter. Flat pavement works fantastic. 464221



- TVXL25
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I am torn with your product. On the one hand, I have been able to move my trailer, which is the whole point. On the other hand, since the first time I used it, I had a horrible time because one of the tires got deflated in the middle of the moving. It was so scary and dangerous, and happened to me 3 more times, but at least I was prepared. I called your tech support. This guy (I forgot his name) was great. Fantastic customer service! I explained what happened and he sent me two inner tube replacements. Once I got them, he took me step by step to put apart the dolly and replace the tire. It took me more than an hour, but it worked... until I used again. It happened the same thing. I call him back and explained that the valve was the problem. It gets caught and breaks. He was not able to help me any further. I bought some other inner tubes and tried them with the same result. Finally, I bought from the internet, inner tubes for small airplanes! So far, I have not had the problem again. My trailer is very big, but still the weight is below 10,000 and the tongue is less than a 1,000, which according to your specifications, it would be OK. One more thing, it is not possible to maneuver, it works only in a straight line to avoid more trouble. I move my trailer once every 2 months or so. I use the trailer valet less than 6 times, and it has been a very complicated and painful experience, considering that I move it less than THREE feet! I have a small upward gradient in my driveway, and that makes a huge difference. I need to use a lot of arm force. Very hard for one person. My wife and I work together. She manages the handle/break, and I crank it. Once I pass the grade, gets much better. All in all, I changed 4 tires, spent money and time (an hour each time) looking for options, and suffer a big deal, but other than these issues I mentioned and to be fair, your product and service present great quality. You should research and try the inner tubes I mentioned for small airplanes. They seem so far to have the best performance. The only thing is that the valve did not fit perfectly in the hole because it is a little wider than the others, but it would be an easy fix by making a bigger hole. Also, you may design a three or four tire dolly. I don't know, after putting your product apart so many times, I started to think a lot about how to improve it for large trailers like mine. I hope you appreciate the time I spent to review your product, and that my insights may help you to improve it. Thank you, César Mateos Plano, Texas 370992



- TVXL25
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Seemed like a great idea but it does not handle the weight as advertised. Also the drill attachment first time I used it got stuck and I am unable to remove it. I used it once and never did again. I tried to get help from etrailer but no help no returns no warranty. One of those things that I just ended up losing a bunch of money on. It should be ok if you have a small trailer or boat but not 1000lb TW for sure. 454757



- TVXL25
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I used the Trailer Valet XL with the 2 5/16 ball on a 5500 lb Lance trailer with a tongue weight of about 600 lbs. Using the drill attachment, it moved well on a flat paved surface and maneuvers quite nicely. I got the trailer into the desired space with one try on my first use. Part of the journey was a grass surface, which was a little more difficult, but manageable with the use of boards under the TVXL25 to maintain traction. It handled very slight ups and downs just fine. It would not handle a significant incline with a trailer this heavy and would not be safe down hill. USE AS INTENDED. My trailer required the use of a plate (included with the ball/sleeve but not described in the instructions--see pictures) which fits between the trailer coupler and the tightening sleeve of the TVXL25 (See FAQ in Support of Trailer Valet website). The plate opening was not large enough to install it on the ball/sleeve mechanism and required a small bit of "Dremeling", but then worked fine (thus the four star rating). Be sure to closely examine the fit with your trailer coupler to determine if you need this additional plate. It made a huge difference in tightness and stability. Overall, I recommend the product. You may need to be a bit handy if you use the larger ball and require the plate, but really not a big deal. Make sure the mechanism is rigidly tight and use as directed on flat surfaces. You will be pleased 246661



- TVXL25
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Have a 2017 Lance 2375 about 5500 lbs, and a narrow side yard to put it in, with a slight incline from the street. Need to angle the trailer from the entrance of my driveway to align with the side yard, so after the first time wrangling the trailer in position and moving it up the side, decided this might be a good alternative to my truck to avoid taking out the wall, garage, or the cement planters next to the driveway my wife had to have. Used it right out of the box. Started with my 18v drill. Stopped after it immediately started smoking, really. Had a corded drill and tried that. It had plenty of power to move this up(hand cranking worked for a few feet too, but a drill is the ONLY way to go). I can see where using this over anything but a paved surface might be more difficult traction-wise, but I had NO problem with traction on cement, even with the initial incline. I need to work the process through a bit. Can't see down the sides of course, so take your time and have a helper. Keep the ring tight, as it has a tendency to loosen as you angle the trailer, making the Valet more difficult to turn(might have been my mistake when i initially tightened it). The built in brake WORKS. Apply slight and constant pressure to keep the handle UP. Wasn't paying attention and the handle drooped slightly enough to engage the brake and spin the drill and my wrist in unnatural ways. But it did work and got it into a tight space. Just keep in mind handle all the way up to move, and drop the handle down to lock the Valet and your trailer. First time, but If the unit holds up, this is well worth the money-especially in avoiding damaging the trailer - just take it slow and easy. 339616



- TVXL25
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I took a chance on the Trailer Valet XL and it delivered results better than expected. My issue was to place a 32ft camper trailer with a 970lb tongue weight into a posted 28ft (maximum) campground. The campground host told me by phone that a 32ft camper would be, “a hard back in” and she could not recommend attempting it. The terrain was slightly uphill (about 1%) and the material was initially an asphalt road perpendicular to the camp site, transitioning to loose sand and finally ending up on packed gravel/sand (Beach camping). Upon arrival, I backed in about half way until trees impeded further progression of the truck. The camper was unhitched and the Trailer Valet installed. The first 6 ft was asphalt and the dolly handled the load without a problem but quickly sunk into the loose sand at the asphalt/sand edge. The camper was raised and an 11 year old boy placed 2’x2’, 5/8” plywood sections for the dolly wheels to travel on in a temporary curved path leading the dolly to the final resting place of the trailer. The Trailer Valet traveled very well on the plywood as the curved path was periodically adjusted to ideally position the camper at its final resting place. The drill tool worked well and the brake held as the trailer tried to roll downhill when stopped. Some sort of wheel chocks should be used on the downhill side to prevent a runaway load. In summary, I would not attempt to roll a similarly heavy load uphill, if the slope was steeper than ~1%. The Trailer Valet worked very well on level asphalt and firmly packed gravel/sand and the plywood was essential to traveling over loose sand. I would use plywood if necessary to overcome other soil issues such as: other types of loose soils, gravel, soft grass, excessively wet soils and manageable, uneven ground to create a smoother more stable surface. 310357



- TVXL25
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The first time we used the TrailerValetXL was to move our 16' double axel, enclosed tool trailer with a 650 lb. tongue weight. Prior to using the unit, we checked the tire pressure and topped off each side to the recommended 80 lbs.... not an easy task might I add given the small gap between the housing and the wheel. We used a Milwaukee 18v drill on the low gear setting to drive the trailer. Within the first 10', both tires blew with the valve stems ripping off where they protrude through the metal wheel. I ran the unit down to Trailer Valet and they replaced both inner-tubes (Free of charge). They warned us about turning the unit without forward motion (which we were not doing) With two brand new inner tubes we were then able to finish moving that trailer into it's parking spot. The second time we tried to use the Valet was to move our empty dump trailer into our yard. The trailer is 16' long with a double axel. The empty the trailer weighs in at just under 4000 lbs. with a 500 lb. tongue weight. Same procedure as before... we checked tire pressure before moving. This time we used the hand crank to move the trailer. Everything was going ok for the first 10' , but as soon as we started to turn the trailer valet (with two of us working the trailer valet, one driving and one cranking) we had one wheel blow. The other wheel blew shortly after. We finished the moving the trailer to just behind the gate with a dolly and a lot of back and forth with the truck, then back to TrailerValet I went. Again, I got the same lecture about not turning without moving the crank (not something we tried to do) and again, they replaced the inner tubes (free of charge) However, this time they acknowledged that I was not the only one they’d seen complaining of blown valve stems. In addition, the tech mentioned that sometime the trailer valet seems to have a hard time with double axel trailers. I asked them why didn’t they use a solid wheel? They said solid wheels were coming soon. For a small, lightweight, single axel travel trailer I think the XL would work great. The fit and finish on it are good, the gearing is adequate, and overall it has a nice design. However, the claimed capacity of 1,000 lbs of tongue weight and 10,000 lbs. overall is wishful thinking on their part. My experience is 4 blown tires in two moves of two different trailers. In addition to the blown tires I would also say that: The hitch ball post is a little too short to get the trailer anywhere close to level, which in turn, is probably overloading the tongue and adding to the tire failures. The drive handle too is short, so you end up awkwardly hunched over trying to steer this thing. The slightest amount of lateral pressure with a trailer of any substantial size and you risk a flat. 296575



- TVXL25
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Found it easy to setup and use. Worked great to positioned trailer where it need to be. 680602



- TVXL25
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Great product it makes it easy to arrange our limited driveway with our toy hauler 680237



- TVXL25
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It’s such a great tool. I didn’t realized that there is a product that exist like this. I put in my rv trailer in such a tight driveway on the side of my house. I use my truck to park my rv and always had a struggle to put it in a tight space but because Trailer Valet XL my problem is solved thanks 678174



- TVXL25
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I read the reviews and bought it anyway. Should have gone with my gut feeling. My trailer is on level ground and the trailer valet XL won’t budge my trailer. What a waste of money! I guess I’ll try to find a sucker on Craig’s List to buy it! 666830


Comments

As mentioned, the Trailer Valet works best on pavement or packed surfaces.

-- Mike L - 07/08/2019

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- TVXL25
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I was really concerned that I was going to drop a little coin and not be impressed but after doing a lot of research this was seemingly the best approach for me to be able to maneuver my 24’ Starcraft hybrid trailer into a a side pad with very tight angles. Let me tell you, this may be one of the better purchases I have made. Relatively easy to use and store, this trailer valet has solved my problem. Thank you etrailer! 664455



- TVXL25
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I purchased the Tailer Valet to place a 16 foot Airstream Bambi into a 16 foot parking area. This involved moving the Bambi up a sloped (5%) driveway, turning the Bambi 90 degrees, going across the sloped driveway about 15 feet and then another 90 degree turn into the parking area. I needed to turn the Bambi 180 degrees to have the access door facing out. I used m old Ryobi 18-volt drill to power the Trailer Valet and it worked well. Going side-hill across the driveway was a little sketchy as the trailer tongue wanted to move downhill placing the Valet at an angle. Ensuring the Valet is really tight onto the hitch eliminated most of that issue but it still worked even thought it was at a slight angle. The Valet did exactly what I needed it to do and enabled 65-year old man to move a 3,000 pound trailer by himself. 663793



- TVXL25
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This is one of the most useful products I have purchased in a long time. I have successfully moved a 6000 pound travel trailer as well as a 10000 boat trailer with this using nothing more than a 20 volt cordless drill. Very maneuverable and easy to use. I have also used the hand crank to move both of the trailers which is also easy but gets very aerobic after a short time. One tip: make sure the locking ring is very tight before attempting to move your trailer because it will work loose if not tightened securely. 659956



- TVXL25
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Works well straight up an incline but not so well traversing across the incline. It makes parking the camper so much easier though. 651709



- TVXL25
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I have to say that the trailer Valet is an amazing invention and I would recommend it to anyone who needs to be able to easily and precisely move a trailer by themselves without using a vehicle. You are able to easily and precisely move your trailer EXACTLY where you need to. I am extremely happy with the product. I was a little hesitant at first because of the price, but it is a very well built machine and works great! Thanks. 644353



- TVXL25
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Great product, allows placing my trailer in tight areas that I could never do before. The solid tires are great for tight turns. A very nice addition as a trailer accessory. 640822



- TVXL25
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Love the trailer valet, I have wanted to be able to turn my trailer around and park it along side my garage so I can back my rzr out to the street and use the trailer like a garage. Works great! Thanks 638098



- TVXL25
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Yes, I received the Trailer Valet, about a week ago. I have used it once, and it will definitely, do the job for me. Thank You. Douglas Alvis 625626



- TVXL25
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does not move empty car trailer if ground is wet. 22 ft trailer with box containing chains, straps,etc. up front. still have to move different way. 604023



- TVXL25
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Arrived as promised. I have not yet used the Trailer Dolly, as my new trailer is still at the dealer getting some mods. Looks like exactly what I want for moving my trailer in my driveway. 588881



- TVXL25
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Just received my product. I won't be able to use it till spring. Delivery time was excellent. Thank you for that. I'll send you pictures of product in spring when it's in use. Thank you Roger Kroger. 582781



- TVXL25
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There wasn’t enough room to get the TT and the truck straight before backing through a 9’6” wide pole barn door. This makes it painless. 519435


Comments

A year later, 10+ uses, and the trailer valet is still making the moves of my 5,000 TT easy. No complaints.

Jon - 06/08/2019

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- TVXL25
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In watching the video we were skeptical. How is this tiny gadget going accomplish moving our 6K pound trailer as easy as the video depicted!? But it DID! It moved it, with ease! Down,up,left and right a slightly inclined driveway, no problem! Bottom line, the thing works. 504543



- TVXL25
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I have tried the trailer valet and I like how it handles and the ease of moving the campers was great. It fits my situation very well. Thank you! 504045


Comments

Excellent!!!

Randy W - 05/03/2019

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- TVXL25
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Well built. Nice product!. This will come in handy for maneuvering our ice cream trailer into tight spaces when we set up at festivals. Thank you! 497986



- TVXL25
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What an awesome product! Allows me to carefully park my boat in a very enclosed space with minimal effort. I have had significant back issues and have never had an issue after using this tool. Definitely the right tool for the job of storing boats in tight spaces with minimal effort and maximum physical safety from injury. Love the brake which is instantaneous when the handle is lowered. Works great with my cordless drill and adapter. Can't go wrong with this purchase and worth every penny. 496617



- TVXL25
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I have a tight space to put my Airstream Bambi Sport into. After much research I settled on the TVXL25 trailer dolly to help me out. After receiving the unit, I immediately gave it a try and it was amazing! It performed above my expectations. I had absolute control pulling my Airstream out and pushing it back into the storage area. The unit is designed and built well. I highly recommend this product. 482259



- TVXL25
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George. The trailer valet did just what I wanted it to do! Easy to operate and great for getting into tight spaces. I only had 6 inches clearance total. Less stressful than trying to backup with my truck . I didn’t have a straight shot with my truck. I just followed the instructions carefully and was able to maneuver the trailer between my house and garage. Love the compact design! Thank you! 480936


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Working Great!

Augustine - 03/04/2019

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- TVXL25
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Honestly this thing works.. but only in perfect conditions. No hills, no turns, and empty trailer. If you think about it.. Why do you even need it in those perfect conditions. I tried to return it to etrailer and they all but laughed at me. They said I couldn't return an item that was used (once).. How the heck was I supposed know it wouldn't work if i didn't at least hook it up once to try it. Anyway, etrailer lost my business permanently. The only reason I'm writing this is because I got a 1 year follow up email asking for a review. The dolly is doing great collecting cobwebs under my work bench. 471848



- TVXL25
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This thing really sucks 469818



- TVXL25
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Does what it is meant to do. I use the trailer dolly regularly moving a 7.5'X14' enclosed trailer around on my drive. My drive has a slight slope and the dolly handles it like a "Champ". Only drawback that I see is the ball assembly could be about 3-4 inches longer than it is and the plate that fits around the ball to provide stability could be larger, as well as the wrench that comes with it could wrap 3/4 of the way around the ball assembly instead of 1/2 way around. It would give better tightening ability and less skinned knuckles. How about adding an electric motor to aid us older folks in moving our trailers. 464023



- TVXL25
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Works well. Have used it on my 28ft camper with about 800lbs on the tongue and my 23ft camper with about 400lbs on the tongue. I have a concrete pad with a cover that has grass before the pad. It was at its limits with the big camper, made me a little nervous, but it held up. I pulled on the grass and worked making turns, but not too tight. With the lighter camper, works like a charm. If I had a gripe it would be that the tires are too slick. On the grass any moisture leaves the tired spinning, not that big of a deal to toss some ply wood under it, but some grippy/knobby tires would be great. For concrete, no problem. I usually park the camper in alone and backing up a little and getting out to check everything, then repeating, was a total pain. The clearance is about 14" and with the overhang it is really tight. Now I just line it up, unhook and use the Trailer Valet with the cordless drill. 458992



- TVXL25
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VERY GOOD PRODUCTION, THANKS 454794



- TVXL25
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I have a tandem cargo trailer with about a 1,000 lbs. of materials inside that requires backing up an incline to park. The Trailer Valet XL handled it without any problems. Very impressed! 447621



- TVXL25
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Disappointed will not move a 6000lb 600lb tongue weight travel trailer up a slight incline on concrete surface as shown in video. Great for maneuvering into tight spaces on flat surface while making adjustments in alignment around objects (rain gutters, gas meters etc). Will continue to be useful just not in every way as advertised. 438633



- TVXL25
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I give this product a 5 star rating because of Trailer Valet's excellent customer service even after an issue I had after purchasing this device. I ordered through etrailer.com and it shipped and arrived on time with no damage. After the first use I noticed when I stopped cranking and the trailer would come to a stop that the ball and chuck had excess pivot/sway when stopping. I tightened down the center nut to take out this sway and noticed that the trailer dolly would not turn freely when moving trailer. I disassembled the unit and found that the manufacture forgot to include the top set of bearings. I contacted Trailer Valet directly and they shipped out a complete (Top/Lower) set of bearings at no cost to me which I reassembled and now this dolly works like it should. I would highly recommend this dolly because of the ease of use and this unit is one very HEAVY Duty unit which handles my high tongue weight with no problem. 430224



- TVXL25
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It works just as advertised and it a great way to move your trailer anywhere! I move a 24ft enclosed trailer with the trailer valet. 428567



- TVXL25
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Arrived quickly, no damage to box, and used it to move my trailer on a steep grade the day I received it. It is tough, well constructed, can handle my 6000lbs trailer with ease, and I'd strongly recommend it to anyone looking to move their trailer. It's BEEFY and WELL WORTH the extra expense! As for etrailer.com, this is my second order and I am 100% satisfied and highly impressed by their professionalism, customer service, and service after the sale! 426999



- TVXL25
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Had some troubles at first getting the handle to unlock, but after calling customer service we got up and running. This item is genius. We had it up and running and we were pulling our trailer out of a super small/tight spot. Amazing. I did see people complain of tires exploding. I can only think they didn't inflate the tires enough. Ours were at about 40 and they should be around 80-85. 422630



- TVXL25
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We've owned the TVXL for about a year now. A couple of comments: 1. It is heavier than I expected (interpret this as "very well built"). 2. It would move the trailer on our gravel driveway only with a lot of effort - the tires kept slipping on the gravel. We've had our driveway asphalted and the TVXL is proving very capable of moving the trailer. I use an 18v cordless drill and can maneuver it up and down a slight incline with no issues. 3. The brake is very solid - so much so that I can stop on an incline and leave the trailer in place while I place the chocks. I'm very happy with this product and would recommend one as long as you have an asphalt/concrete drive, or a very well compacted gravel drive. 419143


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Thank you. The Trailer Valet is working great, an excellent product

Dale - 08/15/2018

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- TVXL25
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I use this Valet XL to locate my 21 foot travel trailer into it's winter resting spot behind the house. Because of the location and trees it is impossible to do with the truck. The Valet does a great job backing across my gravel drive, but I have about 30 feet of lawn to go across. The tires have a tendency to slip on the grass. My solution to this problem was to lay down sheets of 3/4 inch plywood for wheels to ride across. Would not hesitate to recommend this Valet XL. 403729


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Working as well today as it did when I purchased it one year ago

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  • Package Contents of the Trailer Valet Trailer Dolly and Changable Hitch Ball
  • The Trailer Valet V2 Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2" and 2-5/16" Hitch Ball TVXLV2 has been discontinued by the manufacturer. It did come with the 9 inch solid tires, the stabilizer bracket, and the coupling plate. The Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball # TVXL25 or the 2 inch ball option # TVXL2 come with the solid tires, the base plate, and a single hitch ball. The manufacturer upgraded the tires from the older pneumatic tire and tube. You...
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  • Valet XL Trailer Dolly Part # TVXL25 Tilting While in Motion
  • I spoke to my contact at Trailer Valet and they informed me that the problem you are experiencing can normally be attributed to one of three different situations. The first thing you will need to do to ensure the dolly does not tilt while in motion would be to ensure that you have the proper size hitch ball that matches the coupler you have on your trailer. The Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly part # TVXL25 comes with a 2-5/16" hitch ball but if you have a 2" trailer coupler you will need...
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  • Difference Between Trailer Valet Trailer Dolly 5X and XL Versions
  • The Trailer Valet 5X # STC-V211 has a silver/grey powder-coat finish that in some light and on certain screens can appear darker. The appearance will vary depending on how the photography was done and on the size and type of viewing device (PC screen vs. Smartphone). The 5X is rated for 500-lbs Trailer Valet also offers higher-rated versions, parts # TVXL2 and # TVXL25, each of which has a 1000-lb tongue weight rating. These units are indeed finished in black powder coat.
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  • How to Make a Trailer Easier to Move By Hand
  • I believe I have just what you are looking for, or at least close. Take a look at the spare tire carrier and dolly bracket # DL22144. You can mount an 8 to 12 inch tire on it with 4 or 5 bolt mounting pattern and it can be used as a dolly. But it doesn't pivot like a caster. Another option is to use an actual trailer dolly such as # MT70225. It is limited to 600 pounds tongue weight and as far as gross trailer weight it depends on how much you are able to push/pull around with the dolly....
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  • What Is The Difference Between The Trailer Valet Trailer Dolly Models?
  • Yes. The only difference between the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW # TVXL25 and the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW # TVXL2 is the hitch ball size. Either model can accept the other hitch ball size, but they are sold separately. You can get the other hitch ball size to go with whichever model you choose. You can use the 2" Hitch Ball w/ Base for Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly - 1,000...
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  • Will the Solid Rubber Tire # TVXLSR work on the Trailer Valet XL with Pneumatic Tires?
  • We do offer replacement tires for the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly, # TVXL2 (2" ball) and # TVXL25 (2 5/16" ball). The replacements will be the pneumatic Trailer Valet Tire, # TVTR & the Replacement Inner Tire, # TVIT. Unfortunately, the newer Solid Rubber Tire, # TVXLSR will not work on the Trailer Valet versions that use pneumatic tires.
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  • Are Replacement Parts Available For Trailer Valet That Has Been Damaged
  • We do offer some replacement parts for the Trailer Valet, but it sounds like you have done some internal damage. The parts we offer are items like a crank handle # TV0006 or a Brake Cap And Steering Handle # TVBC. If there was damage done to the parts on the inside of the jack I am afraid it will need to be replaced. We do have the Trailer Valet # TVXL2, # TVXL25, and # STC-V211 if you wish to replace your Valet. If you do decide you will replace it, you can save the old one for replacement...
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  • Trailer Dolly Recommendation for Moving 5,000 lb Trailer by Hand
  • Typically trailer tongue weight is between 10 and 15 percent of the total trailer weight. So for a 5,000 lb trailer the tongue weight is most likely 500 to 750 lbs. I attached an article on determining tongue weight as well for you to check out. The best dolly setup we have is the part # TVXL2 for if you have a 2 inch hitch ball or part # TVXL25 for if you have a 2-5/16 inch hitch ball. Both of these have a 1,000 lb tongue weight capacity and have a crank handle that you can use to...
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  • Replacement Inner Tube Recommendation for Trailer Valet XL to Replace Leaking Tire
  • If I had to guess the valve stem is bad and if you put pressure on it leaks. What you'd want to do is replace the inner tube with the part # TVIT.
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  • Can Any Hitch Ball Be Used with Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly
  • The 2-5/16 inch hitch ball that is included with the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly # TVXL25 is uniquely threaded to tighten into the base on this jack. Because of this, you likely won't be able to use your own hitch balls. If you also need a 2 inch ball, you can just add the Replacement 2 Inch Hitch Ball # TVHB2. The Drill Bit Attachment # TVDA that is also included does feature an asymmetrical design that makes it unique to this jack as well. If you were to lose the attachment, you...
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  • How to Use Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover STC-V211 with Cordless Drill
  • You can add the drill attachment # TVDA to the Trailer Valet 5X Swivel Jack and Trailer Mover # STC-V211 to allow for cordless drill operation. The 5X offers two operating speeds and an automatic brake for safety and convenience when positioning your trailer. Please see the linked video. Trailer Valet also offers 1000-lb-rated trailer movers # TVXL2 (for 2-inch couplers) and # TVXL25 (for 2-5/16-inch couplers).
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  • How to Keep Wheels from Spinning or Slipping on Trailer Valet 5X
  • The Trailer Valet 5X, # STC-V211 is a jack that is mounted to your trailer with a bolt-on bracket and therefore, is designed to be used with just the one trailer to which it is attached. It does not come equipped with the ball base, so a ball cannot be mounted or added to the 5X. The Trailer Valet XL differs from the 5X because it is not a permanent jack, but a trailer dolly which is portable and can be used on multiple trailers. They offer it with a 2" Ball, # TVXL2, or with a 2-1/2"...
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  • How to Move and Park a Trailer without Using a Vehicle
  • I do have a solution for you but there are no front mount trailer hitches available for the 2003 Honda Element. What I recommend is a Trailer Valet XL trailer dolly such as # TVXL2 which has a 2 inch ball or # TVXL25 which has a 2-5/16 inch ball. These are two-speed dollies that will allow you to accurately move and position the trailer, even by yourself, without having to use a vehicle. Depending on the length of your driveway you would probably want to use low gear. To make it easier...
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  • Best Way To Move a Heavy Trailer In and Out of Parking Spaces
  • I do have an option that will help you move your trailer in and out of parking spaces but both of the front mount trailer hitch receivers we have for your 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, the Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 65078 and the Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver part # C31023 have a maximum vertical load of 500 lbs. The tongue weight of your trailer will exceed the maximum vertical load rating of either trailer hitch therefore, I cannot recommend using...
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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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  • Will the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly have Traction and Not Sink in when Used on Grass
  • The Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly # TVXL25 has 2 rubber wheels so as far as traction there isn't anything better! Whether or not they sink into the ground depends on the tongue weight of the trailer and the permeability of the ground. The tongue weight on a 2,000 pound boat trailer is minimal so no problem there. If it was sand or loose soil then it could sink in but regular dirt and grass like in your yard won't be a problem (unless you have moles digging tunnels in your yard!).
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  • Will The Trailer Valet XL Be Able To Push A 6000 lb Trailer Over A 1 Inch Lip At Garage?
  • The Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2-5/16" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW # TVXL25 or the 2 inch ball # TVXL2 have two different drive gears to make it easier to go up an incline or to overcome a lip in the concrete as you described. It should have no probelem overcoming the 1 inch lip on the entrance to your garage.
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  • Is There a Tow Dolly that Can Move Trailer up Slight Incline
  • You wouldn't want to try and move a trailer up an incline with the part # MT70881. The dolly itself would be fine but you would most likely not be able to pull that heavy of a trailer up an incline. And then if you somehow did get it going up the incline at all it would become dangerous as it would want to roll back by itself. The only dolly we have that can do inclines safely is the Trailer Valet XL # TVXL25 which has a crank and a brake built into it. This is for a coupler with a 2-5/16...
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  • Will Trailer Valet LX Work on a Trailer with Surge Brakes
  • The Trailer Valet XL part # TVXL25 would work on a trailer with surge brakes. But when you are backing the trailer up you may find that the brakes of the trailer want to engage if you are trying to back up a hill. If you have a manual lockout on the actuator you would want to engage it. Under most circumstances the brakes would not want to engage.
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  • Is it Necessary to Change Base on Trailer Valet When Switching From 2-5/16" Hitch Ball to 2" Ball?
  • It is not necessary to change the base of the 2-5/16" hitch ball on the Trailer Valet XL # TVXL25 if you wanted to switch to a 2" ball. You would be able to use 2" ball # TVHB2 because the bases are the same.
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  • Is There a Front Mount Trailer Hitch for a 1996 Ford Explorer
  • I do have options for you but the Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 65017 that you referenced is designed for a first generation (1991-1994) Ford Explorer. There was a generation change between 1994-1995 which means it is not a direct fit for you. They did not offer a front mount trailer hitch for the second generation (1995-2003) therefore your best option would be to use the Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver part # C13704 and modify it to make it work for you. If...
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  • Can the Ball Size of the Trailer Valet XL Be Changed Easily from 2-5/16 inch to 2 inch
  • To convert your Trailer Valet XL part # TVXL25 to a 2 inch ball you would need the part # TVBB2 which will allow you to easily replace the base with a new ball that is 2 inches. You would be able to easily go back to the larger ball size as well. The Trailer Valet XL can handle small inclines pretty easily but a lot of the traction is going to depend on the tongue weight of the trailer and the type of ground you are traveling over.
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  • Part Needed to Change 2-5/16 Inch Hitch Ball to 2 Inch Hitch Ball on Trailer Valet XL
  • To provide a 2 inch hitch ball for your Trailer Valet XL # TVXL25 that came with a 2-5/16 inch ball, you can use the 2 Inch Hitch Ball for Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly # TVHB2. This part number will provide you with a new 2 inch diameter ball for your dolly. The bases for the 2 inch ball and 2-5/16 inch ball are the same, so you can swap out one diameter ball for the other. My contact at Trailer Valet says it will just take a good wrench to remove the 2-5/16 inch ball and install...
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  • Can the Trailer Valet XL Be Used on Gravel Inclines
  • If the incline is slight and the gravel isn't super deep the Trailer Valet XL part # TVXL25 would work. But if you have a steep driveway and/or deep gravel the wheels of the Valet are going to spin. In the video I attached a link to we show the unit being used in gravel. We also show it being used to move up a relatively steep incline. This does also have an internal brake that is demoed in the video I mentioned. When you stop cranking the handle the brake activates.
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  • Front Hitch for a 2019 Ram 1500 Limited with Factory Tow Hooks
  • The Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver part # C31087 is a fit for your 2019 Ram 1500 Limited with the factory tow hooks. However, the tow hooks will need to be removed in order for the hitch to mount as they use one of the bolt holes needed for the hitch. In order to then assist with vehicle recovery it will be a good idea to keep something like the Curt Tow Strap Loop for 2" Hitches part # C45832 on hand. There are not any front mount trailer hitches for your Ram that will allow you...
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  • Replacement Tire Capacity for Trailer Valet Trailer Dollies
  • The tire part # TVTR that you referenced is a Load Range B tire in the size of 2.80/2.50-4 which means it does have a 250 lb per tire capacity. The Trailer Valet that this is used on is the # STC-V211 which has a 500 lb capacity total. The Trailer Valet XL # TVXL25 that you have actually uses the tire part # TVXLSR which does have a 500 lb capacity per tire.
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  • Using Trailer Valet To Move Trailer To Cement Pad Next To Driveway
  • The Trailer Valet V2 Trailer Dolly like part # TVXL25 is the only product that we have that is rated to handle above 600 lbs in tongue weight. The drill is meant to be used on flat ground only. Using the drill on an incline poses safety issues and can very quickly burn out the drill if given too much torque. Use the hand crank on an incline. As long as the weight of the trailer plus tongue are within the weight capacity for the XL, and as long as your incline is less than 10 degrees,...
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  • Does Trailer Valet XL Have Solid Tires that Can't Go Flat
  • The current versions of the Trailer Valet XL part numbers # TVXL25 for a 2-5/16 inch ball or part # TVXL2 for a 2 inch ball both use the solid tire that can't lose air. This is the style of Trailer Valet wheel we now offer for both dollies.
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  • Trailer Valet XL Minimum Hitch Ball Height
  • The lowest height for the hitch ball on the Trailer Valet XL Trailer Dolly with Chain Drive - 2" Hitch Ball - 1,000 lbs TW # TVXL2 (or the # TVXL25 with the larger hitch ball) is 19-1/4 inches at the top of the hitch ball, so you'd be a little tongue high when moving your Scamp Camper. The extra 3-1/2 inches will bring the back end of your camper down, so you will want to account for that when moving the camper with this unit.
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  • Is New Base Required for Trailer Valet XL 2 Inch Ball Conversion from 2-5/16 Inch Ball?
  • The base simply makes exchanging between two hitch ball options easy because no wrench is required. Since it sounds like you simply need the 2 inch ball you will just need the hitch ball # TVHB2 and not the combination with the base. This hitch ball will work perfectly in the base of your Trailer Valet XL # TVXL25.
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