Thanks to LMC Truck DolliesIf a person who works on their truck at home alone is smart, one of the first things they will learn to do is how to make the job easier. This not only includes having the proper tools to do the job right, but what's needed to move a truck around in a tight spot that's dead in the water. That said, I have to admit that I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed because I've been shoving a hydraulic floor jack under my trucks to shimmy them around the place for years. Flying in the face of that tired old expression, you can teach an old dog new tricks because I've discovered I'm actually getting smarter in my elder years. It didn't happen all at once though, but rather in stages. My first step was to make wheel dollies out of 2x4s with reclaimed castors attached from a bunch of discarded TV stands. After those crushed flat with the first usage I went down to my local damaged freight store and bought a set of cheap wheel dollies with steel wheels. I should have known better from my youthful days spent riding those little red $1.98 Roller Derby skateboards that steel wheels really suck, because my truck stopped dead in its tracks at the first little pebble. The third time was a charm after I ordered a set of LMC Truck's extra heavy-duty truck dollies with composite wheels. It's kind of funny that things worked out this way, because it was the introduction of composite wheels on skateboards that took them from wiping out on smooth cement sidewalks to being able to easily traverse rough asphalt streets.