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Old 08-31-2011, 02:22 PM   #1
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Jeeps Wrangler Easiest Tow Setup

What is the easiest setup for towing a late 90's wrangler 4 down. Also something that wont break the bank
Toad will be sport w/manual trans. MH is 99 Monaco LaPalma gas on ford chasis w/V10
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Reese universal towbar $100 plus Readybreak with breakaway $500. Works great.

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Reese universal towbar $100 plus Readybreak with breakaway $500. Works great.

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Well I learned something today, didn't know there was such a thing as Readybreak! Looks like a good system, did you get the break away kit also?
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For another few hundred bucks you can get the Ready Brute tow bar with the brake built in. Aluminium #8000 rated tow bar. Easy to use, easy to store. I wold also recommend the break away device. Cheap insurance, and most likely will never need it.
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I'll second the Elite Readybrute towbar with integrated Readybrake.
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you asked about easy, rather than cheapest?

A motorhome mounted towbar is always easiest I think.
I use a blue ox alladin, which I found on craigslist for about $350.

For our older wranglers, Blue ox makes bumper mount towbar brackets for $52.
I have a rockcrawler bumper on mine, it's 1/4" thick steel, holds those brackets great.
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