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Old 11-01-2008, 04:51 PM   #1
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Hi All, Looking for suggestions. We have 2006 VW Jetta diesel (great fuel mileage). We want to tow it on a tow dolly but the low front end hits really hard trying to load it on the tow dolly. Anyone have any ideas for raising the front end enough to clear the dolly while loading and unloading?

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Hi All, Looking for suggestions. We have 2006 VW Jetta diesel (great fuel mileage). We want to tow it on a tow dolly but the low front end hits really hard trying to load it on the tow dolly. Anyone have any ideas for raising the front end enough to clear the dolly while loading and unloading?

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We had a low car and a dolly. I carried a couple of 2 x 8 boards that were about 2' long. This provided just enough height to get the car on the dolly.

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