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Old 03-02-2016, 03:27 PM   #1
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Flat towing a Chrysler Town and Country

Looking at options on what to tow behind my 37' Damen Challenger. Dolly seems cheaper but more of a headache. Started looking at flat tow and was looking at getting a Jeep but then was asked why don't I just get a transmission lube pump kit for my paid for 2012 Chrysler Town and Country. Any suggestions on the pump kit would be helpful, Thanks.

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I towed a more mature Town and Country with a Remco Lub Pump for several years. It worked really well. I traded the T&C for something else and I removed the baseplate and lub pump. The pump is now performing duty as a diesel fuel transfer pump for pumping diesel into my tractor.

Check with Remco to make sure you can tow the T&C. Good luck and enjoy life.

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Flat towing a Chrysler Town and Country

I have towed various models of this van since 1998, currently a 2013, all using a Remco Lube Pump behind my diesel pushers (all rear radiator). I have had zero problems with the lube pump over approx 150k miles (but each new van gets a new lube pump).
FYI - The next model update, 2017, which uses the Chrysler 9 speed automatic, is not capable of using a Remco lube pump.
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