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Old 06-19-2019, 08:47 AM
MattGWS MattGWS is offline
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We also have Park-It 360 that we use as we have a tight alley behind our house and would not be able to maneuver into our space without it. We had a Trailer Dolly brand that I tried first that was hand cranked and had smaller wheels. It almost worked, but there is a slight incline from the alley into the parking space, and it wouldn't make it up that. I think Park-It makes larger wheels for the unit we have for use on softer ground and grass. We don't go nearly 100 feet, but it works like a charm for us.

Good lick and happy camping.

Park-It is the most reliable trailers I've ever been driving.
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Old 08-01-2019, 02:13 PM
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Your best bet is to get on a computer and use the Forum's Search Tool on words like "dolly". There has been lots of discussion, including a number of different approaches for your issue. Most involve installing either gravel tracks, or blocks level with the ground. There are pictures of decorative square blocks with openings in them, and grass can come up through the openings to de-emphasize the tracks. This will keep the HOA happier.
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