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Old 11-19-2009, 07:23 PM
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Uhaul easly rent a auto transporter 45-50 bucks per day
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I flat towed my TB BUT it is 2wd and I dropped the driveshaft. saved alot of $$$. Not everybody has $1600 to spend.










Sorry to whore but I couldnt help it.



I'm sure that I broke mad laws but it worked for me. Oh...and dont do it. Do as I say not as I do.
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I flat towed my TB BUT it is 2wd and I dropped the driveshaft. saved alot of $$$. Not everybody has $1600 to spend.

Sorry to whore but I couldnt help it.



I'm sure that I broke mad laws but it worked for me. Oh...and dont do it. Do as I say not as I do.
Doing it once behind a UHaul truck for a move is one thing... I think somebody who has the $10k-$350k for a Class A RV that they're going to use for long distances, on a regular basis, has $1600 for a trailer...

Heck, you're at the $1600 by the time you buy the tow bar and the machine to press the brake pedal in the towed vehicle...

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Remove the rear drive shift and tow it with the front off the ground if you don't want a full sized trailer.
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