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Old 10-27-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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Hi from Florida, wishing for North Carolina

Hi everyone,

We started out looking for something that my Jeep could pull (3500 pounds). We ended up with something to pull the Jeep. lol We are the proud new owners of a 2012 Jayco Greyhawk 31ds. We have plenty of questions and little knowledge. Feel free to throw out ANYthing you think we should know. ANYTHING. Nothing is too obvious. Some of the things we're trying to work out right now are sheets for the master bedroom and what we'll need to pull my Jeep. It has a custom front bumper (Rock-Slide Engineering) that will make things interesting.

We're really looking forward to this new world!

Jason, Christine and Adam

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Old 10-27-2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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Can't be of much help on the Greyhawk...but as for the Jeep I can offer what I have heard. It is my understanding that if it is a 4WD, it can not be pulled on its tires. I could be 100% wrong, and I feel sure someone else with much more knowledge than me about it will chime in.

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Stored in Myrtle Beach/Surfside SC
2006 Tundra DC with tow package
No TV since Tundra can't do it

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Old 10-28-2013, 09:01 AM   #3
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As I understand it, the Wrangler is an excellent flat-tow vehicle since it has a transfer case that you can put into neutral. That disengages the drive shafts from the differentials. Then you put the transmission in neutral and off you go. Hope I'm right!

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