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Old 05-09-2018, 12:03 PM   #1
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2014 Thor Axis 24.1- Class A

We are new to RV world. We would like to pull a Jeep Unlimited Sahara 4 door with our Thor 24.1. What is the best way to do it? Bar, trailer?? Thanks
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The Wrangler is one of the BEST dingy cars made so unless you are making major modifications to the Jeep, flat-towing it is great.

Since your Axis has a chassis that is a basically a stripped E-450 Class C Chassis, it has plenty of power to pull the Jeep.
But adding the possible 1500-2500LB on the hook for a car carrier is not needed or desirable.

You'll want to look for:
Baseplates,
Tow Bar,
Supplimental Lighting (integral to the Jeep or separate light fixtures)
And Supplimental Braking (brakes are not required in many localities, but obviously smart and safer)

The options for these systems are covered at length here in this forum.

Best luck
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Scarab0088 covered it!

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zip on over to the Thor Forums. They have great info and a dedicated section on towing.

I would say the majority owners are Axis/Vegas 24.1 peeps.
Be sure to download the 24.1 manual over there. Superb.
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