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Old 07-21-2015, 07:58 PM   #15
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This is some great info and much appreciated. How about Wrangler on an aluminum car hauler. Is it better than 4 down?
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The wrangler is so simple and painless to tow four down, not sure it could possibly be easier / better to use a trailer/hauler. Seems to add steps that aren't necessary! Just my opinion!

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We have a 1999 Honda CRV 4x4 with a ready brake surge braking system and a Demco base plate/tow bar. It's an older car with 175,000 on it but, it has been an amazingly great car that I would tow or drive anywhere.
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