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Old 02-03-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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Towing an AWD Escalade

What are the options to tow an all wheel drive escalade behind a motorhome. The Remco site states it needs to be trailered. Does anyone have other experience?
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I looked into towing ours and from what I can gather flatbed is the best and maybe only practical method.

Instead I stumbled on the tiny Tracker we have that already had a tow plate and tail light wiring. No luxury car by any means but it gets us to the grocery store.
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Remco and Caddy are the ones to listen to.
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