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Old 02-23-2009, 03:58 PM   #1
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we are trying to figure out how to dolly our saturn vue (awd). we found that we can't dolly it because it is awd. but, what if we disconnect the rear driveshaft and put the front on the dolly?

would that work? we also have a vw jetta but, that sits too low to dolly. any comments, we are getting so frustrated...
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Hi Jeff,
If Remco does not make what you need to tow the Vue, my gut feel says it would be difficult to do this. Have you checked with Remco? Go here to see their application charts.
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Duplicate topic.

Original topic HERE.
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