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Old 07-22-2016, 07:07 PM   #15
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Other than travelling on gravel roads you should have no issues.

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trailer for a Camaro

We have a 2014 Camaro ssrs with 6 speed manual. They cannot be flat towed nor dollyied. I suppose the manual trans. has an oil pump for lubrication but am not sure. I bought an Aluminum "American Hauler" 20' trailer so I could tow it or our Buick. So far the buick only has been towed. With my flap in the back of the motorhome, I have seen no evidence of debris thrown up on the trailer. The trailer weighs 1,980lbs and can carry 8,000 lb. payload.
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