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It didn’t make our best car dolly list, but this Pro-Lift dolly (part number T-3310) is a heavy duty car wheel dolly made to lift heavy cars (up to 1,000 lbs. per dolly). This car dolly has a unique concave design that holds wheels up to 12″ in size, is coated with a rust-resistant finish, and the castors swivel 360 degrees for easy movement in a limited space. Lifting heavy vehicles just became easier with this dolly. Read on to learn more about it.
The Pro LifT T-3310 Wheel Dolly is an easy way to move a vehicle when you have limited space. This heavy duty wheel dolly has a rust-resistant finish, a 1,000 lbs capacity per dolly, and can accommodate (up to) 12 inches wheels.
This dolly by the manufacturer Pro LifT can’t lift as much as other wheel dollies. It is only rated for 1,000 lbs. (for a higher weight limit, consider the WEN 73017 Vehicle 1500 Pound Capacity). It accommodates wheels up to 12″ in its concave metal tray, which has four castors on the bottom. Unfortunately, this model lacks brakes, although the castors do rotate 360 degrees so you shouldn’t have a problem completing any tasks (as long as you are working on a level surface).
Related: If you like this dolly, you might be interested in our Pirelli P Zero Nero review.
The Pro LifT Heavy Duty dolly has a concave metal tray that is covered in a rust-resistant finish, so you won’t have to worry about the product degrading quickly. The tray itself can hold tires up to 12″, and supports up to 1,000 lbs. It’s a fairly heavy dolly, at 40.7 lbs. Like most dollies, it is supported by four castors, but they don’t have any brakes, which is a downfall (if brakes are important to you, check out the Red Hound 12 Inches Premium Skates Bearings Furniture instead). Beyond these few specs, there is not a lot of product information available. If you like lots of product information before you make a purchase, check out our Raleigh Tristar Tricycle review.
It’s hard to determine the long-lasting value of this product because, besides a short list of specs, there is no additional information. Customer reviews are absent as well, so we based the value rating purely on the price. This dolly costs $89.99 per dolly (for $154.79 you can get the 5060 Tire Skates Bearings Moving, which includes four wheel dollies that can lift a combined weight of 6,000 lbs.). For a dolly with virtually no reputation, we think this price is questionable at best.
Based on the lack of product information, customer reviews, and brakes, we really can’t recommend this dolly. It does have a rust-resistant finish and fits wheels up to 12″, and surprisingly actually does have a warranty (although whether this is for 90 days or two years is unclear), there just isn’t enough information available for us to be able to suggest this product. We recommend you check out our list of the best car dollies instead!