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Old 03-27-2010, 08:46 AM   #1
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Land Rovers for a toad

WQe are in the market for a toad for our new to us Class A and the DW says that she doesn't want any Cherokees,Yukons or Tahoes as we've had them before. She's kinda funny that way.
Anyway we've looked at '98-'02 Outbacks and Feresters,but can't find any sticks and she saw a cute little Land Rover and wanted to know if we could tow one..
Is this possible to do so w/o any mods. I will probably be installing a US Gear system that I'm getting on Craigslist.

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Old 03-27-2010, 11:38 AM   #2
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You need to double check, but IIRC the older Discovery's were able to be towed 4 down. We checked into towing a 2002. The newer models that were built after the Ford purchase have not been tow-able.

Check the FMCA and Motor Home magazine if you are looking at new.
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