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mwalsh
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 5:59 pm

mostenec wrote:There is another option here with such devices for transporting cars to the garage. It is necessary to make and take to the road.

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Yes, anything like that will work, even wooden furniture dollies, so long as you also take a jack. The reason I like the Go-Jaks is that you don't need a jack.

If you make your own dollies, it would serve you well to use the biggest castor wheels you can find, preferably with pneumatic tires rather than solid ones. But don't forget that, unless you engineer them carefully, if you put large wheels on the dollies you will need to get the car up quite high to get them underneath the car's wheels. I can take some measurements for you to let you know how much clearance you have around the wheels, if it would be helpful.
2011 Blue Ocean SL with 76,000 miles.
2015 pack under warranty 12/30/15.
Tinted windows.
Bridgestone Ecopia 422+ tires.
L1 EVSE upgrade.
FIAMM horns.
Superbright LED lighting.
2013 sun visors.
LED shifter.
Heated seats.
GT-R map lamp lenses.
AV L2 EVSE.

mostenec
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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 6:21 pm

I think the wheel diameter of about 8-10cm will suffice. More hydraulic jacks 5t. It is necessary to make it all there is still time. I ask this Council here on the forum. Forum created for this that would change experiences and hear advice of more experienced.

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Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 6:35 pm

mostenec wrote:I think the wheel diameter of about 8-10cm will suffice. More hydraulic jacks 5t. It is necessary to make it all there is still time. I ask this Council here on the forum. Forum created for this that would change experiences and hear advice of more experienced.

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I like something with larger pneumatic wheels, so they don't catch on the trailer loading ramps or divets in the road surface, and a U-shaped channel for the tires to sit in, so you don't have to get the car up so high. But with several friends, you might be able to muscle the car around using regular dollies.
2011 Blue Ocean SL with 76,000 miles.
2015 pack under warranty 12/30/15.
Tinted windows.
Bridgestone Ecopia 422+ tires.
L1 EVSE upgrade.
FIAMM horns.
Superbright LED lighting.
2013 sun visors.
LED shifter.
Heated seats.
GT-R map lamp lenses.
AV L2 EVSE.

mostenec
Posts: 31
Joined: Sat Mar 29, 2014 7:05 am
Delivery Date: 0- 5-2012
Leaf Number: 022135
Location: Russia-Moscow Ukraine-Lvov

Re: New (2013) motor and battery pack cutaway displays

Fri May 23, 2014 6:52 pm

The fact that it was easier to disable the gear and tighten the winch to the top of the trailer, then return the lock. I don `t know how much will be available to get to the lock, I do not have here the Nissan leaf to see how deep is front parking actuator. Can anyone have the opportunity to take a photo and put it here.

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