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Roadmaster Universal Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes

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Tow virtually any vehicle, from an ultra-compact car to a full-size pickup or SUV, on a rugged, adaptable tow dolly with built-in Roadmaster quality, value and safety features.

  • Sliding ramps adjust for the smallest cars, offering more towing options
  • Unique laser-cut pattern on ramps provides positive traction in both directions for safer loading and unloading
  • Universal tie-down straps adapt to fit tires from 12" to 16"-no additional tie-down straps to purchase to tow differently-sized vehicles
  • Built-in electric brakes for safer stops and reduced wear on coach brakes (brake control sold separately)
  • Replaceable axle and spindle components save time and money if repairs are needed
  • Easy-lube hubs let you repack the wheel bearings with a grease gun for convenience
  • Maintenance-free PVC pads let the dolly pivot freely and smoothly
  • 4,250 lbs. maximum vehicle weight
  • Corrosion-resistant, long-lasting powder coat finish

Note: This product is shipped unassembled. Assembly Required.

Technical Specs

Tech Specs

Weight: 575 lbs.

Warranty: Mfr. 1 year warranty

Manufacturer: Roadmaster Inc

Mfg Part #: 2050-1

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Roadmaster Universal Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(4 Based on 2 Reviews)

Reviewed by 2 customers


Roadmaster Tow Dolly

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
April 16, 2014
This tow dolly is well worth the price. I have been using mine for almost 2 years behind our 40 ft.motorhome pulling a 2008 Impala. This dolly loads easily and tows great. I do use 18 inch pieces of 2X8 on ramps to aid in the low clearance of the car. Works fine. Overall I would recommend to anyone looking for a Dolly. Although the price is a lot lower than most on the market, the quality is very good. We have been traveling the southwest and into a lot of mountainous areas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming. No problem.
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Roadmaster tow dolly

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March 12, 2011
I did not actually pruchase the product for one reason: the tie straps, provided with the product are for a maximum 16 wheels,. My car has 17 wheels, and an increasing number of vehicles come with 17, 18 or 19 wheels. I am now looking for some other product that will be able to accomodate my needs, but I think that Camping World should look into this situation: it impairs the usefullness of an otherwise fine product..
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Is the tow dolly wired for break lights and turn signal lights
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What is maximum tow speed for this dolly
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What is the absolute width of the tow dolly?
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what is the maximum width of the tires from center to center that will fit on the dolly.
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Dolly tire size
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What is the maximum vehicle weight for this dolly?
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What is the maximum tire width (outside to outside)? Can it be used for a Minivan?
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Can the loading ramps be removed during travel?
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Can this item be shipped to a residential address?
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What size ball is required?
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Can this tow dolly tow a car with rear wheels up?
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Does the unit come with straps?
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What is the length from axle to hitch?
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Does the mounting pad rotate or do the vehicle front tires steer to stay in place?
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Does this product come with hydraulic brakes? Does it come without brakes?
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How many packages is this shipped in?
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