|03-20-2009 11:16 AM|
i was gonna tow mine to moab with my buddies truck, and i asked if uhaul would rent me one, and when i told em i was towing my jeep, they said no.
|03-20-2009 10:32 AM|
|jgano23||i use a tow bar to tow my cj. i put the t case and tranny in neutral and remove the rear drive shaft. it tows fine that was. i agree, though, check you owners manual for proper procedure.|
|03-20-2009 10:22 AM|
|booger||i pull my TJ on a tow bar all the time. it works great. check the owner's manual for the procedure.|
|03-20-2009 08:28 AM|
Uhaul, will NOT match it, cause I tried that back in November and they so NO, that that price was in stone. So from now on I will be renting from Budget or Penske since the prices are friendlier.
The Jeep will fit, but if you have bigger tires, you might want to pick-up some tie downs from Home Depot, since the ones that go over the tires didn't fit mine and I'm running 33's
|03-20-2009 08:18 AM|
|03-20-2009 08:12 AM|
|Mrmikeypoo||I am a uhaul dealer (no crap about it please! =) Uhaul will not rent a tow dolly or auto transport without knowing what is going on it. I did check and the uhaul system shows that a jeep wrangler will fit on either one. BUT measure the width of your jeep. A auto transport is about 75 inches wideand a tow dolly is about 68 inches wide. if you find a better deal elsewere call uhaul and they will probably match it.|
|03-20-2009 06:26 AM|
If your moving I'm assumming your renting a moving truck or panel truck. If so I would say go with Penske rental, there truck & trailer was cheaper then UHaul, when I moved out to Ohio.
Uhaul wanted like $700 for the rental, Penske was only $200 for truck & $150 for trailer.
|03-20-2009 02:40 AM|
|03-20-2009 02:37 AM|
|Giancarlo||im sure they would work.. if not ill come down drive it for yaa...!!!|
|03-20-2009 01:45 AM|
|wavebacktothetj||Gotcha yeah thats the plan, they have trailers for vehicles but I just didn't know if I could with the setup in my Jeep|
|03-20-2009 01:39 AM|
|Giancarlo||they said u haul can rent u something to two it on but dont tell them what your towing.. i would ask u haul what they recommend on how to tow your jeep|
|03-20-2009 01:38 AM|
|03-20-2009 01:32 AM|
|Giancarlo||drive it.. its not that far.. but if u have to tow it i wouldnt just tow it anywhich way.. id strap it down properly and only use professional towing gear with my baby|
|03-20-2009 01:06 AM|
|03-20-2009 12:57 AM|
|MR.CLIFFORD||uhaul will rent you a trailer. Don't tell them what is going on it.|
|03-20-2009 12:54 AM|
|wavebacktothetj||thanks for the replys guys, I was wanting to pull it up onto a flatbed or something like that I hope uhaul will let me tow it|
|03-20-2009 12:44 AM|
Read the instructions in you're owners manual.
T-case in neutral.
Transmission in gear (2nd for a manual)
Rig some lights (brakes and blinkers)
Whatever you use to tow needs to be "capable". I.E. brakes capable of stopping the extra weight and rigged to allow for the brake/blinkers to be plugged in.
|03-20-2009 12:34 AM|
I don't know anything about the Jeep Towbars,
but U-Haul will rent you a Tow Trailer that you can put you Rig onto.
From what I remember, they aren't to expensive either.
And if you're renting a U-Haul anyways, that might be a good way to go.
|03-19-2009 11:52 PM|
|mikes05unlimited||flatbed or another truck|
|03-19-2009 11:49 PM|
towing the Jeep?
I am moving to Dothan AL this weekend and its 575 miles from my hometown, any suggestions on towing the Jeep behind a uhaul or something, I didnt know if I could or not I have a 4" lift with 33X12.50's