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Old 02-04-2015, 10:31 AM   #15
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GreyHawk,

My EZ Tow arrived Monday. This dolly is everything they said. I purchased this for the same reason as you. We have a Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima. The EZ Tow allows us to take either one with us. We purchased the one with the surge brake so all I had to do was get the 7 pin to 4 electrical adapter for the lights. Plugged it in to our motorhome and we are ready to roll.

We are really pleased with our purchase and how easy it is to use.
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GreyHawk,

My EZ Tow arrived Monday. This dolly is everything they said. I purchased this for the same reason as you. We have a Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima. The EZ Tow allows us to take either one with us. We purchased the one with the surge brake so all I had to do was get the 7 pin to 4 electrical adapter for the lights. Plugged it in to our motorhome and we are ready to roll.

We are really pleased with our purchase and how easy it is to use.
+1 Ken!
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Still looking for answer about 2007 murano being tow on a tow dolly
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Gary I believe you can as long as it is a front wheel drive only. I believe if it is the all wheel drive you would need a flat bed. Hopefully some who knows for sure will post up.




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Old 02-05-2015, 08:24 PM   #19
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Still looking for answer about 2007 murano being tow on a tow dolly
Pretty much any FWD car can be towed on a dolly. If your Murano is AWD, it's probably going to need a trailer to be towed.
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Regarding the OP's question, there are reasons you might to choose to flat tow. I have the Acme EZE-Tow. I keep it at my RV lot near the house. The RV lot has a rolled curb and gravel. It isn't easy for one person to get the dolly up over the curb and pull it around on gravel. At 400 lbs, it's light for a dolly, but it isn't that light...especially since we're up at 6300' above sea level <pant, pant, pant>
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Here you go.... Check out this website for what can and cannot be towed..

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