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Trailer Valet 5X
- Handles 5000lbs
- Tongue Jack
- 8" Mounting Bracket
Imagine you’re having an open house in a couple days and you’re in the middle of renovating a bedroom to boost your house’s value. You get called for an emergency business trip and you have to leave suddenly, which means your wife will have to finish painting the walls. After you’ve left, your wife realizes the custom color paint cans are on the bench in the back of the garage, and your 4,500 lb fishing boat is blocking the entrance. You’ve already painted blue trim against white primer, so leaving the room unpainted is out of the question. If you didn’t own a Trailer Valet 5X, you would be completely screwed.
Luckily, both of you are well-versed in the 5X’s ease of use, otherwise your wife would have to enlist the help of all your neighbors and risk damaging the boat. Your wife effortlessly disengages the brake and cranks the drive handle in reverse, pulling the boat 15 feet out of the garage. She drops the steering handle to engage the brake, retrieves the paint cans, and then cranks the handle forward to push the boat back inside. With only a couple inches on each side, she doesn’t even break a sweat maneuvering the boat back into its extremely tight spot. Now your boat remains undamaged and your house will surely sell at top price: all thanks to your Trailer Valet 5X!
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|Things to know||
Please review the following provisions to make sure the 5X will work for your application. If you have any questions, please contact us before purchasing.
The 5X can only be used to push your trailer back-first up an incline. To pull a trailer nose-first up an incline, the unit pulling the trailer must be heavier than the trailer being pulled.
Turning the unit sharply without cranking the handle (moving forward or backward) will place tremendous stress on the leading tire and possibly rip the valve stem. Please crank while turning.
Using the 5X with deflated tires is unsafe and will affect its performance, as well as potentially rip tubes. Tire pressure should always be 80-85 psi. Check pressure before EVERY use.
When using the jack on your 5X, it should not be extended beyond 23", especially during operation. The jack can become irreversibly stuck if extended beyond its intended ability.