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Old 07-05-2015, 10:36 AM   #1
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Can I tow a 2008 Equinox

I know some of the newer ones can be towed but would sure like to tow my 2008 Equinox? Thank You
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Your owners manual and this site will be the best source of info.

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In 2007, I checked on towing a 2007 equinox. It was not towable 4 down. I don't think any equinox older than, 2011 is towable
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Per the Remco site, if FWD it needs a dolly (front wheel only trailer). If AWD, it cannot have any wheels on the road, i.e. needs a full trailer.
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