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This powerful trailer mover is designed to assist you in moving your caravan, boat trailer, or horse trailer. This compact and portable trailer mover is highly maneuverable, and thus suitable for use in confined spaces like yards, carports, driveways, caravan parks, etc. Thanks to its robust construction and powerful 350 W motor, this trailer mover has a weight capacity of up to 5004.49 lb, which allows you to steer the trailer effortlessly. This clever mover features an automatic brake as well as forward and reverse gears on the steering handle, which makes it versatile as well as strong. It also comes with a height-adjustable clamp for easy attachment to your trailer. The non-slip rubber wheels will have excellent traction on tough terrains. Note: We recommend using a DC 12 V, 24 Ah lead-acid battery or jump start (battery not included). * Specifications: * Overall size: 32.7" x 33.1" x 9.8" (L x W x H) * Motor: 12 V / 350 W * Speed: 19.69 - 22.97 ft / min * Gear ratio: 326:1 * Maximum vehicle load: 5004.49 lb * Maximum jockey wheel load: 599.66 lb * Suitable for use on inclines of maximum 5 degrees * Recommended power: DC 12 V, 24 Ah lead-acid battery or jump start (battery not included) * Features: * Easy to operate * Solid non-slip rubber wheel * Power mover with clamp * Automatic brake function * Forward and reverse function * Ideal for trailers, boats, caravans, campers * Delivery includes: * 1 x Jockey wheel mover * 1 x Power cord * 1 x Mounting bracket * 1 x Accessory set * Please note: battery is not included in delivery

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