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Old 05-01-2008, 08:48 AM   #15
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Just want to thank everyone for comments. Didn't want to give the impression that I was a lead foot, but on some occasions I do exceed 65 and was concerned about potential damage to the trans or any part of the drive chain.
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Saturn Outlook XR Tow behind a gasser?

Anybody out there with the Outlook/Acadia/Enclave/Traverse towing?

I'm seriously considering towing my 2007 Outlook XR front wheel drive behind my 2003 Fleetwood 32' coach.

It appears my weight on the coach is light enough that I can pull the Outlook without any issues....

Actual experienced towing out there with these vehicles would be appreciated!!

Thanks folks!

Kent - '03 Fleetwood Storm Ford F-53 V-10
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