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Old 04-30-2015, 06:52 AM   #31
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They say there are only 2 vehicles that can be towed on all four wheels easily without trailer or dolly. Jeeps (Standard) and a Saturns. I have a Jeep. Simply hook it up and engage the transfer case in neutral. Not sure about the Saturn.
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Now towing a '05 Honda CRV with auto-trans. Honda is one of the few imports than can be towed 4 down with an automatic transmission.

Works great - we have put probably 6-7 towing miles on it so far with no problems.
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They say there are only 2 vehicles that can be towed on all four wheels easily without trailer or dolly. Jeeps (Standard) and a Saturns. I have a Jeep. Simply hook it up and engage the transfer case in neutral. Not sure about the Saturn.
Actually there are quite a few more, only looking at auto-transmissions: most GMs, Honda, Suzuki, Jeep, Saturns, ...
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They say there are only 2 vehicles that can be towed on all four wheels easily without trailer or dolly. Jeeps (Standard) and a Saturns. I have a Jeep. Simply hook it up and engage the transfer case in neutral. Not sure about the Saturn.
Who are "they" that say the above? "They" are dead wrong. There are many many vehicles that can be towed 4-down without a dolly. See some of the above posts for ideas. We personally tow a 2012 Ford Edge FWD behind our Greyhawk with no problems.
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I tow a 2015 Chevy Equinox with my 2015 Greyhawk. No issues there.
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My suggestion is put it on a trailer you can tow anything anytime and not restricted to one vehicle. Plus the fact you can back it up.
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My suggestion is put it on a trailer you can tow anything anytime and not restricted to one vehicle. Plus the fact you can back it up.
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Hey Doug, Hope you didn't take it the wrong way? I was agreeing with you. Sometimes it's best to just keep it simple.
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