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Master Tow Manual single page.indd
Operations Manual
&
Warranty Registration
783 Slocomb Road • Fayetteville, NC 28311
By Master Tow, Inc.
Tilt-Bed Tow Dolly
Important
Owner or operator must read operations manual fully before operating tow dolly. For
warranty registration, complete and return tow dolly warranty (inside back cover)
to Master Tow, Inc. within 30 days of purchase. Additional operations manuals are
available free of charge by calling Master Tow at 1-800-522-2190.
Table of Contents
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Wiring Schematics
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—Important—
Owner please read all
instructions carefully before use
Pre-Trip
Checklist
—Important—
Owner please read all
instructions carefully before use
We at Master Tow strive for quality in the manufacturing of all our products, however we are not immune from an occasional oversight. To insure your towing safety it is necessary to perform a quick vehicle
inspection before initial use, following the check list below. Due to the harsh environment that tow dollies operate in, it is IMPORTANT that this pre-trip inspection be performed BEFORE each subsequent use.
■ 1. Check that all lug nuts are securely tightened and tighten if necessary. (Manufacturers recommended tightness - 90 ft. lbs. torque). Re-torque lug nuts every 50 miles for the first 200 miles
of use.
■ 2. Check that hub and bearings are properly adjusted and lubricated. (See wheel bearing maintenance procedure on page 3 of manual). NOTE: It is normal for some grease to seep out
of the rear hub grease seals and sling onto inside of wheels on the first few uses or after
re-greasing the hub and bearings. This is because the hubs are full of grease and as the hub
warms during use the grease and air inside the hub expand pushing the grease out around
the rear seals. This will stop after the pressure equalizes in the hub. Clean the insides of the
wheels with solvent and monitor on future uses to see if any further grease escapes.
■ 3. Check for proper tire pressure and inflate if necessary. (Recommended pressure is 50 psi).
IMPORTANT: Since tow dollies are not built with a suspension, they are intended to be towed
loaded so that the vehicle-in-tow's suspension will absorb the road shock and vibration encoun-
tered by the tow dolly. If you find it necessary to tow your dolly unloaded it is recommended that the tire air pressure be reduced to around 10 P.S.I. to reduce tow dolly bounce and vibra tion. Failure to do so will result in light bulb filament failure and premature metal fatigue in tilt
cuff, fender and ramp areas. Continuation of this use will result in cracking and eventually
failure in these areas.
TIRE AND LOADING INFORMATION
SEATING CAPACITY:
ORIGINAL TIRE SIZE
ST205/75D14 LRC
OPTIONAL TIRE SIZE
ST205/75R14 LRC
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NOT FOR HUMAN TRANSPORTATION
COLD TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE
All Axles
50PSI, 345kPa
COLD TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE
All Axles
50PSI, 345kPa
Maximum gross weight of
vehicle to be towed (including
contents) should not exceed
the weights stated below for
each model:
77T = 4,500 lbs.
80THD = 4,900 lbs.
4. Check that nuts securing fenders are tight.
5. Check that nuts and bolts securing tongue and tongue support bars are properly tightened.
(Proper tightness of support bar nuts and bolts are achieved when loading ramps stay in upright
position when tilt pin is removed). Tighten the front nut and bolt going through the tongue
securing support bars at the front, and the nut and bolt at the rear of each bar attaching it to
the axle as necessary. If these bolts are not kept tight a swaying condition during tow
will result. To lower loading ramps simply step onto the rear of one of the ramps and both will
lower to the ground.
6. Check that the carrying pan swivel bolt is adjusted properly. Proper carrying pan bolt and nut
tightness is achieved when the carrying pan can be swiveled by hand with moderate resistance.
Ensure that the large nut on the underside center of axle has the bolt at least flush
with the bottom of the nut otherwise nut may come off causing accident or injury.
(This is a nylon insert lock nut which allows adjustment of the carrying pan swivel tightness.)
7. Check and adjust coupler tightness as shown on next page.
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Coupler adjustment
It is the customer’s responsibility to adjust coupler locking pressure on ball before
—Important—
use. Place handle in locked position with ball in coupler. Tighten locknut against
tension spring so that coupler is not loose on ball. Correct adjustment will allow
Owner please read all
instructions carefully before use
handle to be released with moderate pressure applied to release latch.
1. USE ONLY 2" SIZE BALL AS INDICATED BY STAMP ON COUPLER. DO
NOT EXCEED WEIGHT CAPACITY OF BALL OR LOAD LIMITATIONS
STAMPED ON COUPLER.
2. AFTER TOWING FOR 50 MILES, CHECK COUPLER FOR TIGHTNESS
ON BALL. ALWAYS CHECK TIGHTNESS BEFORE TOWING. BE SURE
LATCH HANDLE IS IN LOCKED POSITION.
3. ALWAYS USE APPROVED SAFETY CHAINS AND HAVE THEM
ATTACHED SECURELY.
4. THE COUPLER IS SUSCEPTIBLE TO PHYSICAL DAMAGE WHEN
TRAILER IS UNHOOKED. PROP TRAILER TONGUE UP BETWEEN
USES. CAREFULLY INSPECT COUPLER FOR DAMAGE AND PROPER
ADJUSTMENT BEFORE EACH HOOKUP
5.CAUTION: DO NOT MODIFY COUPLER BY DRILLING OR
CUTTING.
6.CAUTION: ALWAYS NOTE PROPER INSTALLATION OF UNDERJAW.
NOTCH IN UNDERJAW SHOULD ENGAGE COUPLER BODY CROSS
SHAFT AT ALL TIMES. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN
COUPLER FAILURE.
COUPLER DIAGRAM SHOWN MAY VARY FROM THAT USED ON YOUR
DOLLY; HOWEVER, TIGHTENING SEQUENCES STILL APPLY.
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Operational Do’s and Don’ts
Master Tow Tow Dollies were not designed for use in commercial applications. Commercial use
will void warranty.
Always make wide radius turns when towing a loaded tow dolly. (Avoid sharp turns and U-turns.
Turning too sharply may cause the vehicle-in-tow to come into contact with the tow dolly fender
causing damage to both vehicles. Oversteering can cause warping of carrying pan, bending of tongue
and the possibility of the carrying pan jumping over the limit stops. Master Tow is not responsible for
any damages to towed vehicle resulting from the use or misuse of dolly.
Never attempt to back up a loaded tow dolly. This can overstress the tow dolly bending the tongue and
or carrying pan. Towed vehicle damage may also occur from oversteering.
Always check and adjust coupler tightness. It is the owner or operators responsibility to adjust the coupler locking pressure on ball before each use and to insure coupler lever locking pin is installed prior to
towing, loading or operating dolly.
Always check wheel lugs and carrying pan pivot bolt and nut for tightness before each trip.
(See Pre-Trip Check List)
Always check the tire pressure on the tow vehicle, tow dolly and vehicle-in-tow before towing.
(Inflate tow dolly tires to max. of 50 psi.) Reduce to 10 psi when towing the dolly empty.
Always hitch the tow dolly to the tow vehicle before loading the vehicle-in-tow.
Always load the vehicle-in-tow facing forward. (Making sure steering wheel is immobilized by locking
ignition switch or tying off steering wheel to seat frame or suitable point.) Towing a rearward facing
vehicle may cause swaying with the towed combination.
For rear wheel drive vehicles, consult the vehicle manufacturer to determine if the drive shaft should be
disconnected prior to towing to prevent damage to the transmission. If drive shaft is to be removed, insure that the vehicle is on level ground and take proper precautions to prevent vehicle from rolling while
work is performed. Never rely on the parking brake alone to hold vehicle from rolling. Always block the
tires, Failure to do so could result in injury or death. Secure all disconnected parts.
Never transport any passengers or heavy cargo inside the vehicle-in-tow.
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WHEEL BEARING MAINTENANCE
Important
It is the sole responsibility of the owner or operator to insure bearings are adjusted properly
before each use. Before each use check wheel bearing tightness as follows:
(Failure to maintain proper bearing adjustment will void hub & bearing warranty.)
1. With no vehicle on tow dolly, push in and pull out on the top of tow dolly tire from the side.
2. If any movement is felt bearings need adjustment.
3. Have bearings adjusted by a qualified mechanic.
To maintain warranty on bearings it is the owner or operator's responsibility to maintain wheel bearings
no less than every 3,000 miles.
WHEEL BEARING MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
LUBRICATION: A SIMPLE THREE STEP PROCESS
1. Remove rubber plug.
2. Insert grease gun into grease fitting. Pump grease until old grease comes back out the front.
3. Remove old grease and reinstall rubber plug.
Galvanized
Dust Cap
Rubber
Plug
Spring Loaded
Double Lip Seal
Recommended Grease Type
High temperature, lithium
based-EP2 wheel bearing
grease.
Grease
Fitting
Tapered
Roller
Bearings
Grease
Flow
TOW DOLLY HOOKUP
1. Insure that the hitch and hitch ball are securely attached to the tow vehicle and that they both have a minimum
rating of 5000 lbs.
Important
Hitch ball must be 2" in diameter. Never attempt to pull the tow dolly with an under or oversized hitch ball.
2. It is important that your hitch ball height be between 18 and 20 inches from the ground to the top of the ball.
This will insure proper ramp to ground and ramp to under car clearance. For longer motor homes where rear
frame dragging is common, a hitch height of 20" to 24" may be required to maintain ramp to under car clearance.
3. Release and pull the coupler locking handle on the tow dolly coupler to the upright position. Hook the tow
dolly coupler onto the hitch ball insuring that the coupler socket fully encloses around the hitch ball. Lock the
coupler onto the ball by folding the coupler locking handle down until the spring loaded catch locks in place and
insert coupler lever locking pin. Pull up on the tow dolly tongue to insure that coupler is locked and visually insure
coupler lever locking pin is installed and secured with retaining clip prior to towing, loading or operating dolly.
4. Insure coupler is adjusted properly. (See page 2 of manual)
5. Connect the safety chains to the tow vehicle frame by crossing them under the tow dolly tongue. If chains cannot
be attached to the tow vehicle frame, hook the chains to the bumper or other secure attachment point on the tow
vehicle. Safety chains need very little slack for turning. Insure that the chains are secure and will not be dragging
the ground. Twist chains to shorten them if they are dragging and reattach to tow vehicle.
6.Plug the lights from the tow dolly in to an appropriately wired light socket on the tow vehicle. Insure that all lights
are functioning properly.Tow dolly hook up is now complete.
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Vehicle-In-Tow
Maximum gross weight of vehicle to be towed (including contents) should not exceed the weights
stated for each model:
77T = 4,500 lbs.
80THD = 4,900 lbs.
Note: It is the owners responsibility to insure that the vehicle-in-tow is not too wide for the tow dolly being
used. Prior to towing it is recommended that a practice tow be performed where an assistant can watch while
turns are made to insure tow dolly fender to vehicle-in-tow door clearance. Tow dollies are designed to tow
front wheel drive and rear wheel drive automobiles only. No other type of vehicle should ever be towed with
a dolly. No modifications to the tow dolly for this purpose should ever be made.
Master Tow is not responsible or liable for any damage to
vehicle-in-tow occurring while towing on tow dolly.
MODEL #77T—When towing with this model dolly the vehicle-in-tow must not be wider than 75" at the doors or
running boards to prevent them from coming into contact with the tow dolly fenders during turns.
MODEL #80THD—When towing with this model dolly the vehicle-in-tow must not be wider than 78" at the
doors or running boards to prevent them from coming into contact with the tow dolly fenders during turns.
NOTE: Dimensions above are to be used as a guideline and do not guarantee clearance.
LOADING
1.Park the tow vehicle with the properly hitched tow dolly in line on level ground. Place the gear shift lever
in low gear (manual transmission) or in park with the motor off and the parking brake set. Caution: Keep
children and bystanders clear of the loading area (at least 10 feet from any part of the tow dolly)
2. Drive the vehicle-in-tow up to the rear of the tow dolly and stop the tires five feet from the rear edge of
the carrying pan.
3. Remove the tilt locking pin from the tilt cuff located on the underside of the dolly tongue just to the front
of the carrying pan. Step on one of the carrying pan ramps to tilt them rearward until the rear edge of the
ramps touch the pavement.
4. If loading vehicle-in-tow with optional winch kit, make sure brakes on vehicle-in-tow are fully functional
and always have someone inside vehicle-in-tow to apply brakes when needed. Inspect cable or strap on
winch for fraying or any signs of damage and replace before using if detected. Never exceed limitations
stamped on side of winch.
5. Never allow anyone to push vehicle-in-tow onto dolly with another vehicle.
6. Place the tilt pin in an area away from any moving part of the tilt mechanism.
7. Drive the vehicle-in-tow up to the end of the ramps, but not on the ramps. Make sure the vehicle-in-tow
is centered in line between the tow dolly fenders and that the front wheels are
pointed straight ahead. Insure that any spoiler or air dam will clear the ramps and
rear edge of carrying pan. IMPORTANT: In some cases it maybe necessary to lay 1
or 2, (1 1/2" thick) boards flat on the ground starting under the ramp and continuing
rearward toward the vehicle in tow. This will cause the tires on the vehicle in tow
to ride up onto the boards first, then onto the ramps and will lower the approach
angle to clear low spoilers or long front ends.
8. Close the doors of the vehicle-in-tow and drive forward slowly up the ramps and onto the tow dolly until
the tires meet the tire stops on the front of the carrying pan.
9.Place the gear shift lever in low gear (manual transmission) or in park, and apply the emergency brake.
Place the ignition switch in the steering wheel to the locked position and make sure that the front wheels
are pointing straight ahead. Assure that steering wheel is locked and will not turn. (Parking brake is to be
released after tie down procedure is completed.)
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9. On vehicles not equipped with a steering wheel lock mechanism is imperative that the steering wheel be
immobilized by tying it to the seat frame or other suitable point with a ratchet strap or other device.
10. Reinsert the tilt locking pin through the tilt cuff making sure that the safety retaining pin is inserted through the
hole in the end of the locking pin.
TIE DOWN PROCEDURE
1. First, select the correct size tiedown straps for the towing application.There are three types of tiedown
straps available from Master Tow:
NOTE: It is the owner or operators responsibility to insure that the appropriate size strap is used to
secure the vehicle-in-tow to the tow dolly and that it is properly installed on the tire.
Master Tow is not responsible or liable for any damage arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of the product.
(1) Buckle Adjustable (Standard equipment on 77T and 80T models).
This strap adjusts to fit most popular sized wheel and tire combinations 13" through 16"
(2) Ring Adjustable (Standard equipment on 80THD only). This strap is available to fit a broader
range of wheel and tire sizes and can be used on all models. This strap adjusts to fit
most popular sized wheel and tire combinations 13" through 18"
(3) Non-Adjustable Straps (Available as an option).
Size 13-14 This size strap fits all popular sized 13" and 14" wheel and tire combinations.
Size 15-16 This size strap fits all popular sized 15" and 16" wheel and tire combinations.
Adjustment Slots
(1) Buckle Adjustable
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(2) Ring Adjustable
Double looping of strap
on Ring Adjustable straps
(3) Non-Adjustable
Insert the flat hook of an appropriate sized tiedown strap into one
of the flat hook catch slots located on the left rear side of the
tow dolly carrying pan. Insure that the hook is in the slot closest
to the center of the tire. If tire is centered between slots always
insert hook in slot toward the inside of tire and do the same for
strap on other side, so that straps on each side will be pulling
toward each other.
3.Pull the tiedown strap over the tire making sure there are no twists in the net.
4. Feel around inside of tire to insure strap clears any metal objects which will fray or cut strap and
adjust if necessary. (Cutting or fraying of straps from abrasion is not covered under warranty).
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5. With adjustable straps, make sure adjustment buckle is on outside of tire and pull any slack through
buckle to insure that strap going around tire is straight across tire. Tuck any
excess strap into loop of top cross over strap.
6. Open the ratchet, located on the left front side of the carrying pan, halfway and feed the free end of the tiedown strap through the slot in the center
of the ratchet. Important (Pull all of the slack through the ratchet slot before
beginning to tighten strap. If this is not done a big spool of strap will be on the
ratchet and will allow strap to loosen prematurely.)
7.To tighten the tiedown strap, push and pull the ratchet handle back and forth
until the strap is completely tight.
NOTE: The tiedown strap cannot be over tightened. Ratchet the tiedown strap as tight as possible.
8.
When the tiedown strap is completely tight, lock the ratchet by folding the
handle down until the ratchet is completely closed. Pull handle to make
sure ratchet is locked closed. This will prevent loosening of the tiedown
strap during tow.
9.
After locking ratchet there may be quite a bit of extra strap left hanging.
Take the strap and tie it off to the round bar which the ratchet is attached
to prevent it from dragging the ground.
10.Repeat steps 2 through 9 for the right side tire.
Note: On dollies without the optional security chains installed skip step 11.
11.If so equipped: Attach the two security chains to the towed vehicle frame, engine mount or tie down
hook. These chains are located toward the center on the front side of the carrying pan. Do not pull
these chains tight, they must be left slack.
12.For rear wheel drive vehicles, consult the vehicle manufacturer to determine if the drive shaft should
be disconnected prior to towing to prevent damage to the transmission. If drive shaft is to be removed,
insure that the vehicle is on level ground and take proper precautions to prevent vehicle for rolling
while work is performed. Never rely on the parking brake alone to hold vehicle from rolling. Always
block the tires. Failure to do so could result in injury or death.. Secure all disconnected parts.
13.When loading and tiedown is complete, take a test drive making slow left and right hand turns. Stop
and recheck the tiedown straps, retightening them as tight as possible. Vehicle-in-tow tie down is now
complete.
Important
Before test driving, make sure parking brake is released.
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TOWING
1. Make sure that the pre-trip checklist has been performed prior to towing (see Page 1, PRE-TRIP
CHECKLIST.)
2. Make sure that tow dolly wheel lug nuts are securely tightened (see page 1, PRE-TRIP CHECKLIST #1)
and re-torque lug nuts every 50 miles for the first 200 miles of use.
3. Stop and check the tiedown straps for tightness and re-adjust if necessary after the first 10 miles and
at least every 100 miles thereafter.
4. When towing a loaded tow dolly always anticipate stops and brake early.Allow at least two car lengths
between you and the vehicle ahead for every 10 M.P.H.
5. During tow, always remember that the tow dolly is wider than a car, truck or R.V.. Drive carefully in
the center of the lane. If a wheel drops off the road edge, remain off the pavement, decrease speed
until both vehicles have stabilized then slowly but firmly turn back onto the pavement.
6. When towing the loaded tow dolly avoid sharp turns and u-turns.Turning too sharply may cause
the vehicle-in-tow to come into contact with the tow dolly fender causing damage to both vehicles.
Sharp turns can also cause the carrying pan to bend upwards on the sides and possibly jump the
limit stops.
7.Any swaying during tow, other than minimal swaying due to road conditions, may be a result of an
improper load condition.To reduce the swaying take your foot off the gas pedal. Never increase speed.
Steer straight ahead and brake gently after the swaying diminishes. Check the load making sure the
vehicle-in-tow is loaded facing forward and that the tiedown straps are completely tight. Retighten
and or reload if necessary. If tow dolly is loaded properly, check that the tongue and tongue support
bar attaching bolts and nuts are properly tightened (see page 1, PRE-TRIP CHECKLIST #5) and check
the tires on all vehicles for possible low tire pressure.
UNLOADING
1.Park the combination on level ground in a straight line with the tow vehicle in park or low gear (manual
transmission), motor off, and parking brake set.
2.Apply the vehicle-in-tow parking brake.
3. Connect the driveshaft if previously disconnected. While work is performed insure that the vehicle is
on level ground and take proper precautions to prevent vehicle from rolling while work is performed,
Never rely on parking brake alone to hold vehicle from rolling. Always block the tires. Failure to do
so could result in injury or death.
4. Remove the security chains from the vehicle-in-tow. (If so equipped)
CAUTION: Keep children and bystanders clear of the unloading area (at least 10 feet from any part of
the tow dolly)
5. Release the ratchet and remove the tiedown strap from the left tire.
6.To release ratchet tightness, pull down lever on ratchet handle (a) and open ratchet fully until tightness is released (b). Grab excess strap and give a hard jerk (c). This will spin mandrel so strap can be
removed.
Opening
(figure a)
Opened
(figure b)
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Grab excess strap and
jerk hard to spin mandrel
and unspool strap.
( figure c)
7. Some low spoilers may prevent ratchet from opening completely. In this case open ratchet as much
as possible, while holding lever on handle back insert a screwdriver into hole just below and behind
spool of strap and pry down. (a) This will release strap tension enough to open ratchet fully. (b) Grab
excess strap and give a hard jerk. (c) This will spin mandrel so strap can be removed.
Grab excess
strap and jerk
hard to spin
mandrel and
unspool strap.
Insert screwdriver
into hole just below
and behind spool of
strap and pry down
(see figure a & b)
(figure a)
(figure b)
(figure c)
8. Remove the tiedown strap.
9. Repeat steps 6 through 8 for the right side tire.
10. Remove the tilt locking pin from the tilt cuff and place it in an area away from any moving part of the tilt mechanism.
11. Insure that the vehicle-in-tow's front tires are pointing straight ahead. Release the parking brake and
slowly back the vehicle-in-tow off the tow dolly. IMPORTANT: If boards were used to keep low spoilers from dragging while loading place them under ramps before backing off tow dolly.
12. Manually lower the tilt cuff and reinstall the tilt locking pin making sure that the clip pin is inserted through
the hole in the end of the locking pin and that the clip is folded over to the locked position. (See diagram at
bottom of pg. 4)
13. Crisscross the security chains and hook them back into themselves.This will prevent the chains from
bouncing around when towing the unloaded tow dolly. (If so equipped.)
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If you believe that your vehicle has a defect that could cause a crash or could cause injury or
death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
in addition to notifying Master Tow.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety
defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA
cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Master Tow.
To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY:
1-800-424-9153), go to http://www.safercar.gov; or write to:
Administrator
NHTSA
1200 New Jersey Avenue S.E.
Washington, DC 20590
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from http://www.safercar.gov.
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TOW DOLLY PARTS LIST
Prices are subject to change without notice
Price
Price
Actuator ( Hydraulic Drum Brake Coupler ).............................................................................. 189.08
Bearing Cone 1-1/16 ID (L44649) - Outer Bearing......................................................................... 5.90
Poly Pad Mounting Bolt & Nut Set (1 set per pad) (2 sets per dolly) (All models).......................... 5.40
Polyethylene - 77T Dollies - Pad 5in x 17in - Outer Pad (2 per dolly)............................................ 6.50
Bearing Cone 1-3/8 ID (L68149) - Inner Bearing............................................................................ 7.12
Polyethylene - 80THD - Pad 5in x 18in - Outer Pad (2 per dolly)................................................... 8.12
Bearing Cup - for 1-1/16 Bearing - (L44610).................................................................................. 4.80
Polyethylene Pad 4in x 4in - Center Pan Bolt Swivel Pad (1 per dolly).......................................... 5.48
Bearing Cup - for 1-3/8 Bearing (L68111)....................................................................................... 6.15
Ramp Extenders (For use with low ground clearance vehicles - place under each ramp to prevent
front spoiler from contacting tow dolly during loading or unloading (2 needed) ................ Each 44.65
Bearing Kit 3.5K Axle (one side)................................................................................................... 18.70
Brake Assy 3.5K 10x2 1/4 Hyd Free backing LH.......................................................................... 84.19
Ratchet Short Handle 10K cap..................................................................................................... 13.89
Brake Assy 3.5K 10x2 1/4 Hyd Free backing RH......................................................................... 84.19
Reflector Amber.............................................................................................................................. 2.23
Brake Assy 3.5K Electric LH 10x2 1/4.......................................................................................... 62.77
Reflector Red.................................................................................................................................. 2.23
Brake Assy 3.5K Electric RH 10x2 1/4......................................................................................... 62.77
Safety Chain Hardware Set - Bolt, Washer and Nut (2 sets per dolly) (All models)....................... 5.03
Brake Drum Assy 3.5K w races bearings and seal 10x2-1/4........................................................ 73.30
Safety Chain Set Class III (Set of 2 Includes: Chains, Bolts,
Washers, Nuts and S-Hook Safety Closures).............................................................................. 24.57
Backing Brake ( replacement for one wheel)................................................................................ 55.43
Breakaway Kit with Charger (Pastic Box w/ ear mount)............................................................... 64.62
Spare Tire Mount - Lockable........................................................................................................ 22.12
Carrying Pan Assembly 77T (No Ratchets)................................................................................ 321.92
Spindle Castle Nut 1-12.................................................................................................................. 2.52
Carrying Pan Assembly 80THD (no ratchets)............................................................................. 367.48
Spindle D- Washer......................................................................................................................... 2.40
Carrying Pan Bolt Washer & Nut Set (1 set per Dolly) (All Models)............................................. 14.90
Spindle D-Tang Washer.................................................................................................................. 2.03
Corner Brace for Poly Fender - Master Tow Dolly.......................................................................... 5.85
Spindle w Flange Welded on End Plate LH.................................................................................. 69.23
Coupler 2in ball Class III 5000 lb - weld on replacement for all models....................................... 18.80
Spindle w Flange Welded on End Plate RH................................................................................. 69.23
Coupler latch safety pin.................................................................................................................. 0.43
Straps Tow Dolly 13-14 non adjustable (set)................................................................................ 53.42
Coupler Repair Kit Class III 5000 lb (2009 and later models)...................................................... 12.05
Straps Tow Dolly 15-16 non adjustable (set)................................................................................ 56.62
Decal- American Flag- Printed Red & Blue on White 2.25x2......................................................... 0.61
Straps Tow Dolly Buckle Adjustable (set)..................................................................................... 47.65
Decal- Caution- 2.5x4 Printed Black on Yellow for Tongue............................................................ 0.68
Straps Tow Dolly Ring Adjustable (set)......................................................................................... 51.71
Decal- Master Tow- 2.25x20.36 Printed Burgundy on
4 mil. Premium clear vinyl scored and square cut.......................................................................... 2.01
Tilt Cuff Bolt & Nut Set (1 set per dolly) (All models)...................................................................... 6.24
Decal- Warning- 3x2 Printed Black on Yellow for Fender............................................................... 0.42
Dolly Fender Complete - No Lights.............................................................................................. 70.94
Tire and Wheel ST175/80D13 LRC Sport Trail Mtd on Silver
Directional 13x4.5 5/4.5............................................................................................................... 115.82
Fender Assy - Poly - LED Lights - DS - Complete with
corner braces wiring decal and reflector...................................................................................... 118.63
Tire and Wheel ST205/75D14 LRC Sport Trail Mtd on Silver Comet
14x5.5 5/4.5 1/2 pos offset......................................................................................................... 137.05
Fender Assy - Poly - LED Lights - PS - Complete with
corner braces wiring decal and reflector...................................................................................... 118.63
Tire and Wheel ST205/75R14 LRC Radial Trail Mtd on Silver
Comet 14x5.5 5/4.5 1/2 pos offset.............................................................................................. 160.22
Fender Assy - Poly -Transport Canada Compliant - LED Lights - DS Complete with corner braces wiring decal and reflector............................................................. 158.94
Tire ST205/75D14 LRC Sport Trail............................................................................................... 97.91
Fender Assy - Poly -Transport Canada Compliant - LED Lights - PS Complete with corner braces wiring decal and reflector............................................................. 138.80
Tongue Assembly - no coupler - Surge Brake - with decals....................................................... 102.26
Fender Cable Tie - 4in - for Poly Fenders - (6 per Fender)............................................................ 0.16
Tilt Pin with lanyard and clip........................................................................................................... 8.29
Tire ST205/75R14 LRC Radial Trail............................................................................................ 116.57
Tongue Assembly with Coupler - Idler & Elecctric Brake - with decals........................................ 117.31
Tongue Handle Grip Cover............................................................................................................. 3.32
Fender Corner Brace & hardware for Polyethylene Dolly Fender (2 per fender)......................... 12.35
Fender License Plate Bracket Kit
(metal bracket with light and all necessary hardware)................................................................... 20.14
Tongue Support Bar (2 per dolly) (All models).............................................................................. 12.18
Fender Light - LED Amber - Front - 6in Oval Sealed Grommet Mount 10 Diodes........................ 18.45
Tongue Support Bar rear bolt washer & nut set (2 sets per dolly) (All models).............................. 4.72
Fender Light - LED Red - Rear - 6in Oval Sealed Grommet Mount 10 Diodes............................. 18.45
Towed Vehicle Auxillary Light Kit - Magnetic Base with splitter harness...................................... 62.96
Fender Light Retainer (2 per fender).............................................................................................. 6.98
Fender Light Retainer Bolt Set (2 sets reqd. per fender)................................................................ 5.77
Towed Vehicle Security Chain Set for (Set of 2 Includes:
Chains, Bolts, Washers, Nuts and S-Hook Safety Closures)....................................................... 24.57
Fender Mounting Bracket for Polyethylene Dolly Fender (1 per fender)...................................... 15.81
Transport Canada Compliance Upgrade Kit............................................................................... 159.27
Fender Mounting Washer & Nut Set -8 sets per dolly (1-nut & 1-washer)..................................... 2.23
Wheel 14x5.5 5/4.5 Silver Comet w 1/2in pos offset.................................................................... 65.05
Fender Only - Poly - Either Side................................................................................................... 47.44
Winch Cable 20’ w/ Forged Snap Hook........................................................................................ 22.67
Hub Assy w races bearings and seal - 3.5K Idler Axle................................................................. 47.78
Hub Grease Cap 3.5K.................................................................................................................... 4.00
Wiring Harness - Dolly Axle......................................................................................................... 15.65
Hub Grease Cap Plug.................................................................................................................... 1.51
Wiring Harness - Dolly Fender - Poly - 3 pin plug.......................................................................... 6.74
Hub Grease Seal 1-3/4in Double Lip.............................................................................................. 2.90
Wiring Harness - Dolly Fender - Poly - Transport Canada Compliant 3 pin plug........................... 7.36
Hub Lug Nut 1/2-20 w/ 60deg Cone............................................................................................... 1.15
Wiring Harness - Dolly Tongue - Electric Brake............................................................................ 20.49
Tongue Support Bar front bolt washers & nut set (1 set per dolly) (All models)............................. 6.79
Winch Kit (hand crank) w steel cable 1800 lb. cap....................................................................... 97.82
Hub Lug Stud 1/2-20...................................................................................................................... 2.31
Wiring Harness - Dolly Tongue - Idler & Surge Brake.................................................................... 9.61
Paint Aerosol Spray- Master Tow Dolly Blue................................................................................ 14.02
Wiring Harness - 12 in. Y Splitter - For use with Auxillary light kit.................................................. 9.83
Paint Aerosol Spray- Master Tow Dolly Cream............................................................................. 14.02
These and more replacement parts are available from Master Tow. We accept Visa/Mastercard/Discover/AMX
All orders will be shipped within 2 days provided parts are available.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Master Tow warrants this trailer product against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship, exclusive of tie-down
straps, lights and paint or corrosion for (1) year, from the original date of purchase from Master Tow, or
its authorized dealer. Its liability under this warranty shall be limited to the replacement or repair of any defective work or
material F.O.B. Master Tow’s shop in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and Master Tow shall be liable for no other damages or
losses. Replacement or repair of the trailer product as stated above shall be without charge for parts or labor. Master Tow
will not be liable for any charges for repairs or parts provided by anyone other than Master Tow unless prior approval is
obtained only from our Warranty Department (Fayetteville, NC). A reimbursement authorization number must be obtained
for the specific amount of charges approved. All bills must be submitted to Master Tow, Inc. along with the corresponding
reimbursement authorization number before reimbursement will be processed.
This limited warranty does not cover: transportation costs for warranty work, the cost of any repairs other than those performed
by Master Tow, damages or failure caused by or attributable to Acts of God, abuse, misuse, corrosion, improper or abnormal
usage, damages or failures caused by use in commercial applications, additions, deletions or modifications not installed by
Master Tow’s factory, damages to a vehicle-in-tow, any damage arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of
the product, or improper maintenance.
The limited warranty described above shall be IN LIEU OF any other warranty, expressed or implied, including but not limited
to, any implied warranty or MERCHANTABILITY or fitness for a particular purpose.
The parties agree that the buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against Master Tow shall be for the repair or replacement of
manufacturing defects in material and workmanship as provided herein. The buyer agrees that no other remedy (including, but
not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for loss of profits, loss of sales, injury to persons or property, costs of removal,
installation or reinstallation, storage fees, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available to him.
EXCLUSIONS OF OTHER WARRANTIES
THE PARTIES AGREE THAT THE BUYER HAS HAD THE RIGHT TO FULLY EXAMINE THE MERCHANDISE
DESCRIBED IN THIS CONTRACT AND FURTHER AGREES THAT THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, ARE EXCLUDED FROM THIS TRANSACTION AND SHALL NOT APPLY TO THE GOODS SOLD.
EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT OF AGREEMENT
Master Tow’s salesmen or distributor may have made oral statements about the merchandise described in this contract. Such
statements do not constitute warranties, shall not be relied on by the buyer, and are not part of the contract for sale. The entire
contract is embodied in this writing. This writing constitutes the final expression of the party’s agreement, and it is a complete
and exclusive statement of the terms of that agreement.
Detach Here
REGISTRATION CARD
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) _______________________________________________
(17 digit number found on data plate located on the top side of the tongue just behind the coupler or can be found on Certificate of Origin)
Purchase Date ____________________ Purchaser's Name ___________________________________
Purchaser's Phone # _____________________ Purchaser's e-mail ______________________________
Purchaser's Address ____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Dealer Purchased from __________________________________________________________________
Dealer's Address _______________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Complete, Detach and Mail to:
Master Tow, Inc.
783 Slocomb Rd. Fayetteville,
NC 28311
I Have read and fully understand all of the conditions of
the above limited warranty.
Purchaser's Signature _________________________
1-800-522-2190 • Office (910) 630-2000 • Fax (910) 630-2016
www.mastertow.com
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Fayetteville, North Carolina 28311
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