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    Ok. I must have this. I'm starting a gofundme page to make it possible.

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    What was the price?

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    At $4.100 for the 9k model my current solution works for me and is cheaper.

    I have an old 96 GMC Jimmy that helps with maneuvering and loading the trailer on my small lot.
    Although it is by far too little truck to take the trailer on public streets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by passmenow View Post
    What was the price?

    I have an old 96 GMC Jimmy that helps with maneuvering and loading the trailer on my small lot.
    Although it is by far too little truck to take the trailer on public streets.
    The RVR9 got 9,000 pound trailers is $4100. RVR5 for 5,000 pound trailers is $3400.

    They're very cool but I can't see spending that much when there are units that will move heavier trailers for less money.
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    Just buy a Corvette. The increase in manliness you will feel provides the strength to move the trailer by hand.

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    @markn I have personally moved your trailers (aka “the tiny ones”) with your heavy duty electric dolly. In your world I know this is actually light duty.

    You need at least the M1 Abrams version of this to handle your fleet. This might take a couple gofundme’s to get done. For the record, I agree 100% that you need this.

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    That is so cool!

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    All it needs is a tow point adapter - and it might have a cool application in the car repo business.
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    I thought these were cool too. Till I saw the price tag. Ok I still thing its cool. but I would need to fit a seat, basket and a small bulldozer blade so I could use it shopping at Vons on crowed day.
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