Gojak 6000 Go Jak 6200 Vehicle Dolly Caster System With Storage Rack on 2040-parts.com
Merrimack, New Hampshire, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Return policy details:FULL REFUND IF NOT AS DESCRIBED
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Manufacturer Part Number:6000
Country of Manufacture:United States
GOJAK 6000 DOLLY SYSTEM WITH 456 RACK
These are the 6000 series, they preceded the 6200, I put that in the title just for search purposes. The difference is 200 pounds total capacity, the 6000's will hold a 6000 lb vehicle. Tire width up to 13". I purchased these to store a friends Porsche 911 in the corner of my garage, he had to sell the car and haven't used them since. I first ordered the 5000's, but they couldn't handle the width of the rear tires and had to return them. Just a warning if you are shopping for a specific vehicle.
This set was only used a couple of times, it should be obvious in the photos. No rust, fully functional and ready to go to work. The 456 storage rack is included, original cost for the whole set was $1,650.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Thanks for looking!
On Oct-20-13 at 07:48:47 PDT, seller added the following information:
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