Originally Posted by gilbour
Yes, most auto mfg say that their vehicles are not towable 4 wheels down as manufactured. What they don't tell you is that they are indeed totable 4 wheels down with modifications. And as long as those modifications don't interfere with the operation of a defective component then they the mfg of said component is required by law to honor the warranty. I believe we will have to disagree on this one.
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This is correct - with a driveline disconnect pretty much anything can be towed unless it's front wheel drive with an automatic trans and transaxle.
Most people are looking for easy setup for flat towing without modifying the vehicle. While the driveshaft disco is an option it's expensive, no? I guess less than buying another rig if you already have one. So if you're willing to go to those lengths all bets are off.
We had a Wrangler for a time, seems to me Currie had bolt-on tabs for connecting a tow-bar. With an armor bumper it's a piece of cake.