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Old 11-24-2012, 08:06 AM   #15
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I tow a Honda Fit. Currently on a trip throughout the U.S. withover 7K miles with no problems. Well worth the price and cannot complain about the quality.
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:32 AM   #16
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Jeep wrangler. 4 down. Xfer case in neutral, trans in park, lock doors, lets roll!
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Jeep wrangler. 4 down. Xfer case in neutral, trans in park, lock doors, lets roll!
Towing a Wrangler on an EZE tow? I thought "4 Down" was a term used for flat towing, but since this thread is asking about dolly towing...I guess you could do it.

With the Xfer case in neutral, the rear end "should" be free-wheeling.
And since the dolly has brakes, you don't have to worry about those complicated and expensive flat tow braking systems

Since I have learned that so many who flat tow are in denial about brakes on the towed vehicle and just take the risk...Kudos for breaking the mold
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RAV4 on a dolly. Yes and no. If it is a 2 wheel drive the answer is yes. If it is an AWD the answer is no. Just had to trade my RAV4 AWD on a CRV. I will tow 4 down but researched options before I traded.
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Nope. Wrangler is ONLY 4 down. No dolly. No muss. No fuss
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