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Towing Guides - towing four wheels down Print E-mail
Family Motor Coaching magazine's annual compilations of cars, trucks and SUVs that have been approved by their manufacturers for flat towing behind a motorhome.
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Towing methods - towing behind a motorhome Print E-mail
Towed vehicles, also called toads or dinghies, vary in size from compact cars to large SUVs. They're convenient for use as secondary transportation after arriving at a destination in a motorhome.
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Dinghy towing - selecting a vehicle Print E-mail
When choosing a towed vehicle, first determine whether you want a front-wheel-drive, a rear-wheel-drive or a four-wheel-drive model.
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Towing four wheels down Print E-mail
Based on sightings on the highways and at motorhome rallies and conventions, four wheels down appears to be the preferred method of towing.
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Adapting an automatic transmission vehicle for towing four wheels down Print E-mail
Certain automatic-transmission vehicles that are are not manufacturer-approved for towing four wheels down can be towed safely with the addition of aftermarket equipment.
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Dinghy towing procedures Print E-mail
These are general guidelines. Always check the owners manuals for complete instructions before towing a vehicle behind a motorhome.
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