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Old 09-26-2010, 12:18 PM   #15
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07 Sahara, tow with a ReadyBrute / ReadyBrake setup. Pull the IOD fuse and leave the key in acc position, 07's still had the steering lock. Tranny in Park, Transfer case in Nuetral.
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Thanks for the responses
It is not a new one, it is a 03. I do a lot of wheeling with it and could not do that to a new one. I already get made fun of because I carry a pair of loppers and a hatchet to do tree clearing on the trails.
I will buy one of the cool tech set ups for lights. So I guess since others are towing Rubicons I can do the same. I did not know if the different transfer case made a difference. I have heard some transfer cases do not oil during towing. This also may be rumor.
Chris
If your Jeep is anything like mine then all the towing with RV info is in the manual. It is a chapter all by itself. Joe
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