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Old 04-22-2014, 05:43 PM   #15
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I'll have to agree with the above post...And the Jeep has a very very short wheelbase. A W-D is a must

But getting back to the original post which talked involved towing a Roo with a Nissan Frontier Crew Cab. Here the hitch limit of the truck was going to be maxed out, unless there is a different towing limit if a person uses a WD hitch. My past TV Toyota 4Runner had a 750lb hitch limit without a WD hitch and a 1100 with.

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A lot to consider

Thanks for your input. I discussed your comments with the sales manager and a friend who towed 2 snowmobiles on a car carrier with a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. They are both saying that the 2014s are much improved over earlier models.

I have placed an order for the factory to build the Grand Cherokee. Every one on their lot was loaded down with extras that were nice, but not the extras that I wanted.

So now I am looking at 6000/600 E2 WDH by Fastway.

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