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Old 07-22-2010, 08:36 AM   #1
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Is a 2007 wrangler sport auto capable of towing a 17 ft boston whaler?

Is a 2007 wrangler sport auto capable of towing a 17 ft boston whaler? Whats the biggest boat you've towed with a wrangler JK?

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2dr or 4dr? 2dr is rated for 2000 lbs. and the 4 dr for 3500 lbs. The size of your boat is not as important as the weight of the loaded trailer.

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its a 2 door
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There you have it. If your loaded trailer is 2000 lbs. or under, you're good to go.
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what's a whaler?

I thought it was a little guy with a harpoon that lives in a little ice house.
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Is a 2007 wrangler sport auto capable of towing a 17 ft boston whaler? Whats the biggest boat you've towed with a wrangler JK?
I am (passively) looking for a 16-17 ft center console (like a whaler) and I'm sure my 07 2 door would handle it nicely. A boat is very low profile and at the same time very, aerodynamic...to take it 30 miles to the coast and every now and then 50 miles to the lakes region I'm sure it would handle perfectly!
Nothing like hauling a big ol' square camper...
Lemme know if you get one and how it handles...
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My question is- there was never such a thing in the States as a 2007 Sport model- it was X, Sahara, and Rubicon. You SURE it's a 2007? Mark W.
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I pull a 21' Searay with mine...I realize its over the weight limit, but we're only 20 min. from the lake
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I was under the impression that the 07 2-dr Sahara automatic tranny with the 4.10 gears had a higher rated towing capacity than 2000-lbs? I am also in the market for a fishing boat, was looking at 16-18 footer, aluminum or fiberglass. Was leaning towards a fiberglass w/center console which is heavier than an aluminum. Now I may have to reconsider my options. The primary use lake's boat launch is only 15-minutes away so not too concerned, but also want the ability to tow distances without sweating out the dreaded death wobble going down the highway.
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Is a 2007 wrangler sport auto capable of towing a 17 ft boston whaler? Whats the biggest boat you've towed with a wrangler JK?


I think that is going to weigh a good bit more than 2000 pounds.
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I was under the impression that the 07 2-dr Sahara automatic tranny with the 4.10 gears had a higher rated towing capacity than 2000-lbs? I am also in the market for a fishing boat, was looking at 16-18 footer, aluminum or fiberglass. Was leaning towards a fiberglass w/center console which is heavier than an aluminum. Now I may have to reconsider my options. The primary use lake's boat launch is only 15-minutes away so not too concerned, but also want the ability to tow distances without sweating out the dreaded death wobble going down the highway.
Your impression is incorrect. A quick glance at your owner's manual will verify that. It also doesn't say that it's safe to tow over the limit as long as it's only 15 or 20 minutes away. If something bad happens your insurance will not cover you for being over the limit. If other people's lives are involved, you could end up in a world of hurt. Just sayin'.
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^ Not to mention, if something bad happens, you can and will GO TO JAIL! That's right- it's DOT LAW! Don't do it- in 15-20 minutes, you can cause an accident and kill people, and spend the rest of your life in jail! Lucky you- not worth it. Buy a tow rig, or a berth- Mark W.
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Appreciate your advice and concern. The 15-minute tow to the nearest boat launch is along a 30-mph posted road, so I am not overly worried about making/taking that chance. I would be the only one actually going the speed limit. That being said, I do want to be able to tow distances since Oneida Lake is not the only water I will be putting in at, looks like I will be saddled with buying an aluminum and that stinks.
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Appreciate your advice and concern.
Just to be clear, I'm not all that concerned if you kill yourself, that's just Darwin's theories in action. It's anyone else that may be involved because of your reckless disregard that is the real concern.
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Oh dang, just borrow a friends truck or something... I am sure you can find a person that will lend you a hand for a 15 min drive.
Be smart and play it safe... not stupid.

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^ Not to mention, if something bad happens, you can and will GO TO JAIL! That's right- it's DOT LAW! Don't do it- in 15-20 minutes, you can cause an accident and kill people, and spend the rest of your life in jail! Lucky you- not worth it. Buy a tow rig, or a berth- Mark W.
First off you are DEAD wrong there is no jail time associated with towing a trailer over the weight limit of a non-comercial vehicle EVER......
There is absolutely NO DOT LAW ANYWHERE THAT ASSOCIATES OVERWEIGHT TOWING TO JAIL TIME PERIOD!

You may end up in court if you kill someone but unless you have done something before you wont see jail time for it......

Commercial vehicles are a different story though keep that in mind the rules are a bit more strict but jail is still a long shot but possable......

I don't by any means think it should be done but to post false info is not fair....

Also I tow a 14.5' Baja Splash Jet boat with my 2dr no problem and it weighs 2600 dry wo/fuel including the trailer..... I only tow it on private property though ..... so I will do whatever the hell i want in that case....
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Easy there spanky- learn to read, then respond. "If something bad happens..." yeah.. no big words, even. Try again Mark W.
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First off you are DEAD wrong there is no jail time associated with towing a trailer over the weight limit of a non-comercial vehicle EVER......
There is absolutely NO DOT LAW ANYWHERE THAT ASSOCIATES OVERWEIGHT TOWING TO JAIL TIME PERIOD!
Maybe no jail time, but it sure can get you a hefty fine. Also, I know of a couple who were towing a trailer larger than they should. They are now minus a son... and the mother was in the hosp. for a little over a month in recovery. Had they just NOT pulled a overweight trailer on a highway... they would be a more complete and happier family today... so forgive me if I find your arrogance irritating.

They don't put the towing capacity in the manual of each vehicle because they were bored or had extra paper space. There is scientific testing done to back up their statement... more so than you have to back up yours.

Better to be safe than ignorant and stupid. There is not shame in following logic and the simple rules placed before you. Leave the irresponsible rebel routine to the teenage drivers.
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Easy there spanky- learn to read, then respond. "If something bad happens..." yeah.. no big words, even. Try again Mark W.
Making generalizations is fine, I read the post you are still wrong there is no law anywhere.... even if something bad happens... that sends you to jail!

Once again we are talking non-commercial vehicles.....
If something bad happens you still do not go to jail......
you have a court hearing and potentially could if it is a repeat offense or if they have something else on you (or karma decides to be a royal pain in the a$$).....

I checked PA's records back when I was on the f150 forums a year ago there was one single person that went to jail out of thousands who had tickets or accidents regarding an overweight trailer in the past 5 years and he had a dui on his record......

I do not condone it on public roadways at all, I have been very close to killed by a overweight trailer... a 26' boat rolled the pulling vehicle due to a gust of wind causing it to sway and the 6" lift on the 80's full size blazer snapped a shackle two cars in front of me.......

Nothing replaces common sense here if you are doing 30mph and the trailer drops off the ball it doesn't go far been there done that with 2 sea doo's the chains allowed it to swing under the truck and come to a stop due to it being the correct tongue weight....

If you drive like an idiot then you get what you deserve.....

back to the OP:
were not talking a heavy boat its a Boston whaler, 3000lb max with trailer fully laden with gear its only a 1500lb boat dry no trailer base eng. package.....
it weighs less than my 14.5'

Great boat by the way I had a jet drive version up on lake Erie that was a blast....
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There is scientific testing done to back up their statement... more so than you have to back up yours.
Actually its not scientific its based conservatively off of total vehicle weight, weight distribution from front to rear, length of vehicle, and drive line components.....

Testing is minimal and is not scientific by definition....


The jeep is not intended as a tow vehicle hence not much testing.....
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Making generalizations is fine, I read the post you are still wrong there is no law anywhere.... even if something bad happens... that sends you to jail!

Once again we are talking non-commercial vehicles.....
If something bad happens you still do not go to jail......
you have a court hearing and potentially could if it is a repeat offense or if they have something else on you (or karma decides to be a royal pain in the a$$).....
You are 100% correct. There is no law that sends anyone to jail. There are however mandatory sentences that can be associated with breaking certain laws. I'm pretty sure that vehicular manslaughter would be one of them. I am also pretty sure that would come under the category of "something bad."

You come across in many of your posts as someone who will always choose to argue a point, even if he has to dig up a minuscule and irrelevant part of the discussion, just to feel like he is knowledgeable and "right." No offense, just my opinion and observation. You might be a great guy in person, it just doesn't come out in your posts.
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Actually its not scientific its based conservatively off of total vehicle weight, weight distribution from front to rear, length of vehicle, and drive line components.....

Testing is minimal and is not scientific by definition....


The jeep is not intended as a tow vehicle hence not much testing.....
Not a single thing you said was right. Nor was it based anything other than a radical opinion that is bent on splitting hairs and ultimately failing.

It is science and it is tested. (Math and physics are science). They use a scientific method to get the estimated numbers they provide. Their statements will always hold more weight than your meaningless opinion.

They are more accurate with the towing capacity than you are. Unless you want to prove the Chrysler company wrong... which if there is no science or testing involved, you should be able to do so in a matter of seconds, right?
You'll forgive me if I don't hold my breath and bother to wait.

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Not a single thing you said was right. Nor was it based anything other than a radical opinion that is bent on splitting hairs and ultimately failing.

It is science and it is tested. (Math and physics are science). They use a scientific method to get the estimated numbers they provide. Their statements will always hold more weight than your meaningless opinion.

They are more accurate with the towing capacity than you are. Unless you want to prove the Chrysler company wrong... which if there is no science or testing involved, you should be able to do so in a matter of seconds, right?
You'll forgive me if I don't hold my breath and bother to wait.

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BULL SHIT....

There are no industry wide standards for setting towing capacities of passenger vehicles. Each auto mfg's engineers, marketing people, and lawyers decide the tow rating differently.

One mfg might assign a 3000lb tow rating to a vehicle and another might rate a comparable vehicle to 5000lbs if it believe it would sell more vehicles. A mfg might increase the tow rating of their vehicle by 1000lbs to best their competition in the 1/2 pickup market without any design changes.

In the converse, a manufacturer could de-rate a full size body on frame rear wheel drive sedan (the Crown Vic) over the years from over 5000lbs to 1000lbs in order to encourage you to buy the more profitable midsize-SUV with 5000lb towing capacity that is actually a worse tow vehicle than the sedan rated at 1000lbs.

A vehicle in another country might be rated with more than twice the towing capacity it is in the US, because there is not the expectation that people will just move up to a (profitable) full size SUV to tow midsized trailers.

There are no laws against exceeding your towing capacity. GCWR / max towing capacity is strictly a warranty rating in the US. There is NO legal basis for them. Exceeding GVWR/GAWR may or may not be illegal in your state and IMHO, its not a good idea to exceed them by too much regardless of the laws.

Towing capacity can be deceptive. By basing calculations on unrealistic situations and using whatever criteria they want, manufacturers can easily exaggerate or under-exaggerate towing capacity. This makes it increasingly difficult for consumers to compare towing performance. Although other performance criteria, like claims about horsepower, are standard across the industry, towing capacity isn't. Some people hope this will soon change. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) created a committee that's working to set an appropriate standard for measuring towing capacity to put this issue to rest once and for all.

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BULL SHIT...
That was where I stopped reading. I won't go down to that level.

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The 2 door has a maximum rating of 2000 lbs. The 4 door is 3500 lbs. End of story.
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First off you are DEAD wrong there is no jail time associated with towing a trailer over the weight limit of a non-comercial vehicle EVER......
There is absolutely NO DOT LAW ANYWHERE THAT ASSOCIATES OVERWEIGHT TOWING TO JAIL TIME PERIOD!

You may end up in court if you kill someone but unless you have done something before you wont see jail time for it......

Commercial vehicles are a different story though keep that in mind the rules are a bit more strict but jail is still a long shot but possable......

I don't by any means think it should be done but to post false info is not fair....

Also I tow a 14.5' Baja Splash Jet boat with my 2dr no problem and it weighs 2600 dry wo/fuel including the trailer..... I only tow it on private property though ..... so I will do whatever the hell i want in that case....
you really think if you are towing a trailer that is obviously overwieght crash and hurt/kill someone that the cops on scence are just gonna let you go and hope you show up in court? no actually they hold you on scene in the back of a cop car untill they find out from the hospital if the person you hit is stable or dies. stable you get to leave with just a ticket if they die or are in critical condition then yes off to jail with you. im not saying this to scare somebody into not doing something, even if it is stupid, im just saying how it is and then they can decide from there. my advise is to never tow something that is overweight for the vehical on public roads just not worth the risk if you ask me.
http://injury.findlaw.com/personal-i...aw/negligence/
and this is when you get really screwwed when the other person sues.
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You are 100% correct.
You come across in many of your posts as someone who will always choose to argue a point, even if he has to dig up a minuscule and irrelevant part of the discussion. You might be a great guy in person, it just doesn't come out in your posts.
I will be honest, I am a nice person but the internet is full of BS... and I would like it to contain less..... its why I have had the the jobs I've had....

I spent 3 years doing case studies and research for many different industries...
And I have the hardest challenge ever right now... HR/Recruiting Director for a hospital informatics consulting firm.... now I research people for a living.

Rest assured if I pick a post to duke it out with someone I have done the research (maybe not as in depth and when I am being paid but with the resources I have at my disposal its a 99.9% chance I am right on).....

However if you met me in person you would be like WHAT this is the guy?????
I may seem a bit bi-polar but I promise I still like all of you.....
I'm sure you'd understand if you met me....


The point you are all arguing is irrelevant its full of what if's
and or this or that's....
Its not illegal and can be done safely... that was the issue at hand on the OP's boat.....
Ask your attorney its up to fate and how big your pocket book is when it comes to going to jail these days....

OP:
The boat (17' Boston w/ base engine) & trailer wet (15gal gas tank) and a bit of gear should be ok for small distances (less than 20 miles IMO) I tow mine 500ft down a ramp so not much trouble there.......
But i wouldn't tow it at highway speeds if I were you, brakes are still weakest point with the JK and trailers (you could add trailer brakes and be good to go)
As for the fishing boats a fiberglass fishing boat is very similar to a Boston whaler in weight....... so it depends
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That was where I stopped reading. I won't go down to that level.

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Almost forgot... please read:
TRAILER TOWING ILLEGALLY
I have the hard copy.... and I have read it.....
and it is not a legal document, it is a conservative's guide to towing... assuming they would be liable for any issues arising from printing a guide that was at all lenient to any possible angle an attorney could swing....

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you really think if you are towing a trailer that is obviously overwieght crash and hurt/kill someone that the cops on scence are just gonna let you go and hope you show up in court? my advise is to never tow something that is overweight for the vehical on public roads just not worth the risk if you ask me.
http://injury.findlaw.com/personal-i...aw/negligence/
and this is when you get really screwwed when the other person sues.
In the case that you were held without reason you have a case against the cops.....
In the case that you were not impaired (alcohol, drugs, etc.) they have no choice but to let you go.....
If they can determine who's fault the accident was it will be argued in court.... if you cause it then your jail chances increase but a first offense will land you probation at worst if you get the right attorney even for a Felony charge....
...I'l be honest I know first hand how that whole thing works.....
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The 2 door has a maximum rating of 2000 lbs. The 4 door is 3500 lbs. End of story.
It would seem that concept is a little to simple to grasp for some.
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