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Old 02-19-2013, 10:07 AM   #1
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Tow package

I have a 2004 Gulfstream Sun Voyager and want to tow my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee.Anybody got a suggestion for a tow package;tow bar,brake system,etc.?Is Camping World a good place to purchase and have it set up?

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Check with Remco.com to see what is needed to tow your Jeep. There are a lot of them being towed so I am sure it will be fine. Camping World does a lot of instalations so should be fine. Make sure the brand of system you choose does what you want it to do.

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Remco is excellent...there is also towdinghy.com... That has pubs for most years...as far as recommended towing setups...you will get many responses to that...lots of opinions out there on what works well! I use a roadmaster tow bar and brakebuddy vantage...Etrailer.com is a good site for your base plates...good luck!
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How far are you from Tucson? We had a complete tow package installed at Lazy Days is Florida. Blue Ox plate, and bar. SMI Duo aux brake system. Did an excellent job, one day.
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