Tow Vehicle

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by MikenJudy, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. MikenJudy

    MikenJudy New Member

    What are the pros and cons of towing a vehicle with all four down or on a caddy?
  2. s.harrington

    s.harrington Senior Member

    Tow Vehicle

    With a caddy, you have to park the caddy somewhere and lock it up so that nobody will steal it. You also have to take the car off before you back up more than a few feet, and most people have to remove the dolly as well because it is so much narrower than the Motorhome that you can't see it until you've almost jacknifed it. Towing on all fours requiers some wiring on your vehicle and a vehicle that can be towed on all fours. Most all fours toweds are stickshift, there are very few automatics that can be towed on all fours.
  3. riggarob

    riggarob New Member

    Tow Vehicle This is a link that will give you all of the vehicles that can be toad with, and w/o pumps, disconnect axles, or just manual trannies. Hope this helps.

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