|08-29-2007 11:20 AM|
2wd usually have higher tow ratings (since the truck weighs less) but the springs are sometimes a little softer. you'll be fine. i usta pull mine all over the place on my 16' flatbed behind my dodge half ton (360/auto) 4x4. hell, we loaded a suburban on that trailer and pulled it behind my dads ford 1/2 ton (302/auto).
like said above, make sure you laod it with the weight of the jeep mostly over the axles (slightly forward) and strap it good. you wont have any problem.
|08-29-2007 11:12 AM|
|07-17-2007 05:56 AM|
|jeeperman||You should be fine as long as the truck is rated to tow the weight of the Jeep and trailer. 2 wheel drive trucks tow as well as 4x4's, so if that's what is available to you, go for it!|
|04-18-2007 11:09 AM|
|Trail Rated Nurse||Thanks. I don't quite understand how to navigate here.:o This is my first forum. The only online communication i have experienced is classroom chat rooms at my small college.|
|04-17-2007 07:46 PM|
|activelydying||if you post this question in the TJ section you'll get a lot more responses. only the ohio people see this section.|
|04-17-2007 07:41 PM|
|Trail Rated Nurse||
Pulling my Jeep
I have a 06 TJ unlimited. Do I need a 4x4 truck to pull the trailer that my Jeep will rest on after getting busted on a rock? I think a 2x4 F-150 Ford will suffice, but my father-in-law seems to think we need bigger.