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Old 05-30-2012, 08:52 AM   #1
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I am planning a trip cross country and want to bring 05 toyota carolla with manual transmission. Have a draw tite hitch system see photo. Wondering what is my best bet for towing a car.
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First, consult your RV documentation to make sure it's towing capacity is up to the task.

According to the Remco Application Chart, your manual transmission corolla is towable 4 wheels down without modification.

To do this, you will need to purchase and (have) install(ed) a base plate and tow bar system for the corolla, as well as an auxilliary braking system.

OR, you could buy a tow dolly with electric brakes, and strap teh corolla on and go.

OR, you could buy a trailer and pull it that way.

Each option has pros/cons that only you can evaluate based on your needs and preferences. Most people who CAN tow 4 down, do so and find it to be the least hassle.
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Thanks ramblin I found my towbar and hitch at harbor freight, chains hitch lights the whole works now I just need to find the base plate for the corolla... And I can get this whole setup and going...thanks again
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