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Metfan112

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  1. Thanks for all the info. I wound up buying a flatbed trailer. Got a great deal on a used won that tilts. This way I can transport either vehicle without using 2 different setups. Most sites are wide enough to allow trailer storage and this one tilts so I can make it work. All the advice and support really helped my decision and I look forward to more discussion. As a first-time RV'er I'm sure won't be the last time I utilize this valuable resource. Thanks again.
  2. Thank you all so much! I'm probably going to look into the tow dolly mentioned and may just go that route for financial reasons. See you out there on the road!
  3. Hello. I'm new to the rv world and have a towing question. I own a 2014 Chrysler town and country. I'm being given conflicting info on how this vehicle can be towed. One dealership told me I can use a tow dolly and another tells me I cannot. Based on the research I've done this vehicle cannot be towed flat or on a dolly without modification(transmission pump). I also own a 2012 Traverse. The research I've done tells me a tow dolly won't work due to the width of the vehicle. Towing it flat may okay not work either. I'm pretty much thinking an open trailer is the way to go for versatility but I'm not sure. Any advice given would be appreciated.
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