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Old 05-26-2013, 08:26 AM   #1
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Tahoe or Yukon

Anybody towing Tahoe or Yukon?
We currently tow 05 jeep Cherokee and have a GX 470 Lexus as wife's daily driver. Considering going to a Tahoe or Yukon and cut back on number of vehicles we have.
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:54 AM   #2
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We pull a 2003 tahoe behind our bounder diesel. Set up is quick and easy. We use a brake buddy for a supplement brake system. Like having the tahoe when we get where we are going . We had the tahoe before I bought the Motorhome. We did not have to buy a new vehicle.
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We tow an 05 Tahoe using an M&G Brake setup. Tows very well. A little heavy at 5100#, but can't tell much difference between it and the Jeep Liberty at 4100# that we used to pull.
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