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 4/26/2004 6:22 AM
 
Can anyone direct me to a web site that lists cars that can be towed on all fours? I think Trailer Life does an annual report on this topic but I wasn't able to find the info on the net. Thanks JW

Happy Trails, Joe & Dolores Sun City, Hilton Head
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 4/26/2004 7:40 AM
 
Choey ...
There are links to towing guides for 2004 2003 2002 2001 vehicles on this site
Towing Guides[/url]
I hope this is what you were looking for

Wayne Oshkosh, WI
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 4/26/2004 8:50 AM
 
If you don't mind driving a stick shift, you can tow any front wheel drive stick shift, 4 down. No mods. needed. Kick it out of gear, unlock the steering, your good to go. Have to leave the key in so have extra key so you can lock door and get back in

Home is where you park it This message was edited by rvgary on 4-26-04 @ 8:52 AM

Home is where you park it God Bless America
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 4/26/2004 11:20 AM
 
http://www.towingworld.com/vehicle.html
after you read the list of problem towables hit blue here for the complete listing Winnebago Adv. 32V Chevy Cavalier,Venture Van (Remco pump) Brake Buddy Honda Goldwing GL 1800

Winnebago Adv. 32V Chevy Cavalier,Venture Van (Remco pump) Brake Buddy Honda Goldwing GL 1800
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 4/26/2004 6:04 PM
 
That's what I was looking for. Thanks for the replies.
Choey :)

Happy Trails, Joe & Dolores Sun City, Hilton Head
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 4/27/2004 10:57 AM
 
I bought my towbar and two baseplates from Towing World and was very pleased with every aspect of the transactions. They're a very useful information source, and a nice touch is they'd FAX me the installation instructions in advance so I could decide if I wanted to do the installations myself. They were closing out the "Duncan" line when I was shopping and went with that brand. Crude looking but completely satisfactory and very inexpensive. God Bless, jd Tampa FL

God Bless, jd Sunny NE Florida
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 4/27/2004 4:39 PM
 
Traded in our '96 Saturn today. Received $2200 in trade in value. The Service Manager was really impressed with the condition of the vehicle. We have taken good care of the toad but must admit that the odometer reading of 45000 miles is about half of the actual towed mileage, but hey, that's why I bought the Saturn in the first place.
:p Frank FitzGerald Middleton MA RexAir 37' with Saturn Toad Oh Yes I almost forgot, Pat-my copilot

Frank FitzGerald Middleton MA RexAir 37' with Saturn L300 Toad Oh Yes I almost forgot, Pat-my copilot
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