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Old 07-06-2013, 05:25 PM   #1
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Question Towing a vehicle

What is best method to tow a vehicle? Have a Class C F-450 31 ft Chateau and want to tow a 2008 Saturn Vue.

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You can tow a Saturn four down which is about the easiest way.

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Lots of threads here regarding flat towing vs tow dolly vs. trailer. I flat tow a jeep myself. No way I would want to handle a tow dolly in a CG much less a trailer. Use the search feature for lots of input.
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Originally Posted by macantic View Post
You can tow a Saturn four down which is about the easiest way.
+1 That would be my choice. That's how I tow my Challenger.
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