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Old 09-12-2007, 01:57 PM   #1
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Is there anybody out there using a Samurai for a toad I'm considering this because of its lite weight and size, any thoughts?
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Is there anybody out there using a Samurai for a toad I'm considering this because of its lite weight and size, any thoughts?
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We towed a Samurai for years and loved it. Because of limited rear seat room and only two doors, we now tow a 4 door Sidekick. Still have the Sami, although it is not running now. Needs to have the computer repaired, and I haven't taken the time to do that. HarveyP
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I've never towed a Samurai, but I did drive one both on and off road for about 3 years. Seems to me it would make an excellent toad - the front wheels had lock outs, and the transfer case had a neutral setting, so you won't be spinning many parts on the road.
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