60mm Heavy Duty Jockey Wheel for Caravan and Trailer
60mm Heavy Duty Jockey Wheel for Caravan and Trailer

60mm Jockey Wheel, Caravan Jockey Wheel, Heavy Duty Jockey Wheel

Having worked with such goods for a long time, Jiangsu Renmin Machines & Tools is a reputable producer of a 60mm Jockey Wheel 300 Kg with a Clamp Holder/Clip. We adhere to the maxim "customer first" and place a strong emphasis on excellent customer support and quality control. We must build brand value to draw in more customers in order to successfully establish our global brand status in important product categories.

60mm Jockey Wheel

For Caravan Jockey Wheel And Heavy Duty Jockey Wheel, Jiangsu Renmin Machines & Tools has professional engineers and technical staff to answer your questions about maintenance issues, some common failures, and excellent disfigurement from the manufacturing process. Any inquiries about the products, price reductions, or product quality assurance.

A long lifetime is ensured by a galvanized rust-resistant finish
Design of a swivel-side mount
To change the jockey wheel's height, simply release the handle
Simply lock for storage that is safe
able to be supplied with u-bolts or welded

The standard range, which all have zinc finishes and solid rubber wheels, is likely China's most well-known and best-value line of jockey wheels.

In terms of trailers and caravans, jockey wheels are crucial. Once they are removed from the towing vehicle, they permit the trailer's nose to continue to be raised. This is necessary for both hitching and unhitching and also makes it possible to maneuver the trailer without a towing vehicle. The Caravan Jockey Wheel may occasionally need to be replaced, so it's crucial to choose the right one.

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