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Eriks Caravan Mover has basic universal components coupled with several specific brackets to enable fitting to most caravans with rubber/torsion suspension, and, in most cases, requires the drilling of only four holes for the bolting of the brackets to the chassis.

The drive is very easy to engage using the caravan wheel brace (the standard tool provided to operate the steadies). When the brace is pushed onto the head of the actuator nut, a safety mechanism is released which allows you to turn it to the locked or unlocked position.

The safety device is there to make absolutely certain that the unit is either engaged or disengaged, as it effectively becomes a brake which can be relied upon on steep inclines, and also to ensure that there is no possibility of its engaging while the caravan is being towed. 

The pendant control box has a red safety button conveniently positioned on the handle. The button has to be held down at all times while the two control switches are being operated, in effect acting like a dead man's handle in a train - as just another safety feature. 

Weight Approx 25 kg per axle
Max current consumption Recommended 70 -100 Ampere
Max total weight single axle Not available
Pendant Control Box
Two control switches
Manual wired hand control
Material Mild Steel
Epicycle reduction gearbox  
Made in South Africa