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Re: Towing an '02 (archive)

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Posted by John Weese on April 30, 2000 at 23:05:15:

In Reply to: Towing an '02 posted by VTDan on April 30, 2000 at 22:29:30:

First of all, get an auto transport trailer if you can. It will be easier on the car and you.

I recently trailered a '74 '02 home behind our Jeep....went very well.

If you must "pull" the '02 home, I believe you should remove the driveshaft before pulling with the rear wheels on the pavement (correct me if I'm wrong anyone).

If the roads are bumpy, or if pulling over a long distance, I really would get a trailer though.

Good luck,


p.s. when trailering a car, remember to leave it in neutral (easier on the tranny). Just use the emergency brake and make sure the wheels, etc. are tied down well.

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