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Old 10-09-2009, 09:10 PM   #1
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Hi from Indiana

We recently bought a Monaco Dynasty. We plan on towing a Jeep on a trailer. We plan on doing a lot of traveling. We have two young kids who ask if we can take the coach every where we go including the grocery store. They love to ride in it. We have only used it three times but are planing a Tennessee trip this weekend. I guess I need to go to the towing section and ask my first question about trailer wiring and brake controller.
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Welcome to iRV2. You should find answers to all of your questions here.

On the Jeep, is it towable flat or 4-down? be easier than dealing with a trailer.

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We recently bought a Monaco Dynasty. We plan on towing a Jeep on a trailer. We plan on doing a lot of traveling. We have two young kids who ask if we can take the coach every where we go including the grocery store. They love to ride in it. We have only used it three times but are planing a Tennessee trip this weekend. I guess I need to go to the towing section and ask my first question about trailer wiring and brake controller.
Great forum
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I am a bit offtopic.. but I want to welcome you to iRV2 and hopefully the Monaco Forum as well.
I also agree with TXiceman- many Jeeps are able to be towed 4-down...
Again..welcome to the forum..we hope you visit & post often!
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Old 10-11-2009, 06:17 AM   #4
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hi from Indiana

Hi back to TXiceman and MonacoMama. Thank you for the towing information. The reason I am towing it on a trailer is because of over sized tires and because of a near future gear swap to lower gears. The jeep is a driver but I also want to trail it a little. The tires are new but wear very quickly and I do not really trust them at 75 MPH. When I get a chance I will get a picture on my profile.
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Welcome to iRV2 ! We're glad to have you.

Check out the North Central & Pond Piggie Forums here & if you are ever over OH or PA way, please feel free to join any of our campouts. Dave & I want to get to IN more, so if you have any favorite CG's there, let us know. Always good to go on a previous recommendation.

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