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Old 03-04-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Advice on Towing

I finally installed the tow bar and plate on my Jeep Wrangler ready to Tow with my 35' THRO Palazzo. I am looking for advise on how to drive ,things that I should know and watch for it. Is it hard? thanks for points.

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Hello Tom, more than not you won't even know it is back there after a bit. Never back up with it hooked up! If you need to back up even in a traffic jam, throw on the 4 ways and get out and unhook it, traffic is already all balled up anyway. This is the best advise I can give you. Happy travels
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I toad a Wrangler. You will love it!

If you make too tight a turn the Wrangler may come slightly inside of your rear tires on the MH. Dont ask me how I know!
But Wranglers dont mind a short moment of off-road.
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