Roll-In-Dock Wheel Kit
Roll-In-Dock Wheel Kit
Tommy Docks has great do-it-yourself durable modular designs with the flexibility to expand on in the future.
Converts your Tommy Dock into a roll-in-dock. Simply roll in and out your dock sections at the beginning and end of the season.
Roll-In-Dock Wheel Kit includes the following:
(2) 24" Diameter Roll-In Wheels - TD-30139
(1) 72" Long Axel (6' Heavy Duty Galvanized Steel Dock Pipe) - TD-20041
(2) 60” Long Support Braces - TD-30005
(2) 2” Plastic Hubcaps - TD-20000
(2) Angle Brackets
(2) Locking Collars with 1/2” Bolts - TD-30203
(2) Axle Brackets with 1/2” Bolts - TD-30143
(2) 1/2” x 1-1/2” Hexhead Bolts and Nuts
(4) 1/4” x 1-1/2” Lag Bolts
(4) 1/4” x 1” Hexhead Bolts
This item generally ships standard Ground via USPS, UPS, or FedEx.
Product Number: TD-30145
Easy-rolling wheels with weep holes to fill with water to help anchor the dock in place. Mounting hardware is zinc plated for rust resistance. Two heavy-duty support braces for added rigidity. Hubcaps to hold wheels in place at the end of the axle. Designed to accommodate water depth of 5' or less. Suggested for use in a hard bottom lake/river environment. Not suggested for use in a mucky bottom environment. It could get weighed down and get stuck. Comes with easy-to-follow instructions. Ships in 2 boxes.
Assembly And Installation Instructions For Many Of Tommy Docks Products Are Available For Download.
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Frequently Asked Questions
No. Roll-Ins dock kits only should only be used in lakes with hard, sandy, or gravel lake bottom conditions.
Please reference the How To Guides page under Resources in our main navigation.
No. The max dock length allowable for a roll-in kit is a 16' straight Tommy Dock in max 5ft of water.
As the Tommy Docks system is essentially a free standing structure, ice build up around the dock can damage the dock. This is especially true if the ice rises into the dock from underneath or if windy conditions in the Spring time of the year cause the ice to move around. Therefore, the rule of thumb is if there is ice on the water body, the dock should be removed. Not doing so voids any warranties.