Originally Posted by efstewart
I am assuming that towing on all fours is quicker and less work.
Not really! I've towed our '05 Odyssey behind the same motorhome both on a dolly (Demco KK-460) and with a RoadMaster Sterling tow bar and RoadMaster Brakemaster 9160.
RoadMaster installed the brackets and I did the wiring and BrakeMaster install.
We had the Ody set up for four down towing when we first got it, then found that Honda had changed their stance and no longer allowed it. After some back and forth through the WA and CA AG's office Honda agreed to pay for the towbar and all the rest of the four down towing. Luckily we had it in writing on Honda letterhead that it was towable four down. Got that before we purchased the Ody.
Used the $2,200 to buy the dolly and used it till last year when I toewd the Ody four down the Phoenix and back. Had to add a charge line after we got back though.
Personally it's kind of a toss up. The towed gets less damage/wear to it when on the dolly but I can hook up and prepare either one in about the same time. The dolly folds up so it takes less space and only one place have I had to park it away from the RV.
Each has it's merits and demerits and it's own following.
2009 45' Magna 630 w/Cummins ISX 650 HP/1950 Lbs Ft
Charter Good Sam Lifetime Member, FMCA, SKP
RV'ing since 1957, NRA Benefactor Life, towing '05 Odyssey