Auto Dolly M998035 Heavy Duty Dolly Set
Universal Fit, Red, Powder Coated, Steel, .25" Material Thickness, 16.00" Overall Length
Now you can roll your vehicle around with ease. Just place each heavy duty dolly under each tire of the vehicle. The large bearing casters make it smooth and easy for anyone to maneuver their vehicle in any direction.
- Move vehicle with ease
- Heavy duty casters
- Made in the USA
Specs and Features:
- 2500 lb. weight capacity
- Powder coat finish
- Move the vehicle in any direction, even sideways
- Casters won’t mark floors
- Sold in a set of 4
Heavy Duty Auto Dolly (PDF)
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