Aain AA015 Wheel Dolly 275 lbs. Capacity Truck Tire, Professional DIYer and Workshop

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Size: Overall Dimension  50" x 31" x 17" | 1270 x 787 x 432 mm
Color: Orange
  • Reduce Injuries. Strong but lightweight construction makes it easy to remove and install tires and assemblies reducing back stress and risk of injury
  • Heavy-duty. This dolly is designed specifically for super single and supporting tires of up to 1219 mm/48” OD or up to 125kg/275 lb.
  • Rotatable Design. The dolly will ease the positioning of the tire/wheel assembly onto the hub with its two rollers that allow a 360-degree rotation.
  • Easy to Use. 14” rollers easily align the tire onto the studs
  • Portable. 3" caster wheels roll the dolly for effortless movement around the garage.
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Overview

Easy to Maneuver
This dolly features smooth rollers that allow accurate positioning of the tire/wheel back onto the hub.
Effortless Portability
3" caster wheels allow 360-degree movement for easy mobility
Heavy-duty Strength
Supporting tires of up to 1219mm/48" OD or up to 125 kg/275 lb. An ideal tire dolly for any service shop.
Technical Details

Manufacturer Aain
Part Number
AA015
Item Weight
25 lbs. 
Dimensions
50" x 31" x 17" | 1270 x 787 x 432 mm
Material 
Steel 
Minimum tire diameter 914 mm / 36" OD
Maximum Tire Diameter 1219 mm / 48" OD
Load Capacity 275 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

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R
RJW
people see me using this and they have to have 1 so I buy extra ones

work very well

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Vernon LaGoy
Easy to assemble and makes removing wheels much easier

Works great

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NAZARIY NECHESNYY
Good

Will get another one for my shop. Good quality item.

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Nathan timmons
Good product!

Works as it should!

J
Jack
Properly used it seems to work great!

Made from 1/8 inch steel with the ears holding the roller floor wheels made from 1/4 inch steel. The floor wheel axel bolts are fully threaded bolts and not shank or shouldered bolts, requiring a trip to the hardware store if you're of the mind to change them especially on the pre-installed 'nylon' wheels. Tire rollers are heavy, seem well built. The ears mounting the floor rollers are not spaced the same - inside diameter space/welded wrong. The pre-installed axel bolt on one side has protruding threads, where the other side has threads receded slightly in the self locking nut. Used while mounting a 20 inch tire on a Ram 1500 P/U. Easily scooped up the tire and then leaned/tilted back against the pole handle for transport to the P/U. I sat in a office roller chair behind this setup. You must have this perfectly square to the bolt pattern not left of right of them, and then also rotated where the rim bolt holes are lined up. Once you get the hang of it, pushing down on the handle if need be to raise the tire up, and a steady placement of a foot pushing the tire & rim on the studs it works. Former Jet Engine Mechanic, 67 years old, like other, bad back.