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Old 07-31-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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i purchased a 2000 -34t tritonv10 bounder mtrhm. i have a 2002 chevey venture van. it weighs 3,699 lbs. would it work okay to tow this on a dolly or would i be better off to pickup a saturn and tow it four down. the last bounder i had i towed a tarus on a dolly with no problems.
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Your Bounder can tow up to 5000 pounds, so the 3699 pound van would be fine.
According to Blue Ox, you can get a base plate for the Chevy Venture, so you should be able to tow it 4 down as well. Just make sure whatever you tow, get a braking system for the toad as well.

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If you have brakes on the dolly it's good to go. The MH will pull it fine.
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