Orcas Tow Posted September 21, 2020 Share Posted September 21, 2020 (edited) Theres times when you need to load a rig with a flat on dollies, I have a small rubber triangular chock that I set under the rear dolly cross bar, push the flat on top of the rear cross bar, install front cross bar tight then roll the flat in-between the bars, set up dollies & go. Sometimes that rubber chock/dolly bar slides as Im trying to push the flat up on the rear bar. I'm going to fabricate a spike or steel wedge that will bite the road for loading flats on dollies. Something simple, a piece of angle iron with a tab on the top ramp so it prevents the cross bar from sliding & over the angle. Anyone seen one made before? Ill share when Im done & have perfected;) Edited September 21, 2020 by Orcas Tow Quote Hello from sunny (when its not raining) Orcas Island Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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