|06-08-2007 05:02 AM|
i remember a thread somewhere a long time ago where someone was flat towing a tj and the c-clip came out, and the axle shaft and tire came out and went across the highway while the tj was dragged for a mile or so on the diff. ugly pics.
not to scare you out of towing it tho!
|06-07-2007 09:12 PM|
makwa do you have any pics of that 10" box? which way does it fire?
to tow a rwd all time vehicle dont you have to tow it by the rear tires and lock the steering wheel so the front tires will be in contact w/ the road while the rears are lifted?
|06-07-2007 06:42 PM|
|dwdrums801||how do you know?|
|06-07-2007 03:47 PM|
|gmb08||I tow mine behind a motorhome. I bought a no frills tow bar that included brackets to mount to the bumper and use magnetic lights on the back. I ran / zip tied the wires underneath so all I have to do is plug them in when towing. I looked into wiring into the jeep's lights but the parts were going to run @ $75. Adhere some thick tape to the magnets if you don't want to scratch the paint on the tailgate - ask me how I know.|
|06-07-2007 12:16 PM|
|waspison||I am getting my rig set up for towing right now. I got a 5000lb tow bar from harbor freight tools on sale for $50! They sell magnetic trailer lights too. I don't know what type of front bumper you are running, but body armor www.bodyarmor4x4.com sells brackets that will adapt your front d-ring shackles to fit most tow bars.|
|05-26-2007 09:59 PM|
|MoA||ive seen like 100 jeeps bein pulled behind a motorhome.. im sure if uve towed a car behind it b4.. it should be cake|
|05-26-2007 08:26 PM|
|bluvikng||It is no problem, with the right tow hitch, and there are various ways to have your tail lights operable. There is the, take it to a U-haul, of simular station to have it installed, or doing it your self with extra bulbs placed in the rear light cluster. I have seen several right-ups, on different forums, for the "do it-yourselfer".|
|05-26-2007 08:19 PM|
|05-26-2007 07:57 PM|
|bluvikng||Your owners manual will give you the details. You are considering flat towing it, right? Meaning, without a trailer.|
|05-26-2007 11:20 AM|
Towing a jeep behind the motor home
Has anybody towed a wrangler behind a motor home?
I want to know what I'm in for. I am looking at a tow bar type.