If you've ever wrenched your back pushing a car around the driveway because the battery went dead, or if you run a small automotive repair or restoration business with more "work in progress" machines than you have shop space for, then you'll love the new Pro-Roller line of economical car dollies from Longhorn Manufacturing Company.
Designed by Ft. Worth, Texas, street rodder and custom car builder Joe Wade, these dollies, which are available in four widths, 8, 10, 16, and 20 inches, can support any vehicle weight from 3,500 pounds up to 8,000 pounds. The Pro-Rollers are manufactured in America from hydroformed 1/4-inch mild steel and powdercoated in a durable "U.S. Bronze" color. These dollies utilize heavy-duty, case-hardened, double-race ball bearing casters with solid polypropeleyne wheels. Pro-Rollers are reasonably priced, come two to a set, and are easy to assemble using common hand tools.
Longhorn also offers a full line of laser-cut, U.S.-bolt-pattern Axle Attachments and Show Car Stands which bolt directly to all four Pro-Roller models for moving around "wheel-less" vehicles, or for displaying at car shows. And they're available in optional chrome, too.
This is one of those mechanical "helpers" that all serious car enthusiasts shouldn't be without. So follow along as we show you how easy it is to assemble a set of Pro-Rollers and put them right to work!