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We had problems with the "softer material" skates not sliding on unload. The harder material ones have worked best. We recently have gone to the Collins carrier dolly for vehicles that wont roll. WAY EASIER than skates75tow wrote:
Has anyone used skates on a nonsmooth aluminum deck with ridges. Do they still work well?
The ITI Skates are designed to be driven under the tire with at least a 6# sledge, they will take the abuse. When I invented and brought the “skate” to the Towing industry I created a product knowing how and by whom it would used , having been in the industry since 1970.central4 wrote: I use the ITI skates. I use one skate as a hammer to knock the first one under the tyre, then I kick the second one under. Obviously I wear steel toe boots.
6# sledge on the ITI Skates, The B/A Skates that are the same color as the ITI Skates are the same product as the ITI Skates. We at ITI private label for a few companies. They will have an ITI stamp on the same side as the recycle stamp.2000intow wrote: What do you guys find is the best way to load a car on these skates? Seems like if I try to beat them under the drive tire, you cant get it all the way and as soon as you pull on the vehicle some it kicks the skate out. If I can get my deck to the tire I use that to push skates under....