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About sbissell

  • Birthday 07/24/1943

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    Denver, Colorado
  • Interests
    Mostly travel these days. Also SciFi, SCUBA, reading, opera.
  1. I bought a 2012 Jeep Liberty and went with the Blue Ox. It's really good, easy fit and easy hook up.
  2. I just finished a 4,000 mile 2 month trip towing my Prius on a Kar Kaddy dolly http://www.pplmotorhomes.com/parts/towing/tow-dollys/demco/demco-kar-kaddy3.htm which from the research we did is the top of the line. It has hydraulic brakes instead of impulse and several pivot points. It is suppose to be the best. One of the first things I did when I returned is trade the Prius in on a 2012 Jeep Liberty. As far as I'm concerned I'd sooner give up RVing rather than tow on a dolly again. The reason I chose the Jeep (after considerable research and hours of conversations in RV parks) is because they are, as near as I can tell, the only manufacturer that takes towing behind an RV in consideration. There is a switch (a button) on the transfer consol that you depress in an easy process and it electronically disconnects the drive shaft. Other manufacturers give instructions on how to tow 4 on the road, but the car is not manufactured with that in mind.
  3. Thanks for the information. Are you folks driving Front Wheel Drive or All Wheel Drive?
  4. I'm probably looking at a 2013 or 2014 depending on the information about towing.
  5. After a trip across the county towing my car on a dolly I'm looking to find a dinghy I can tow with 4 wheels on the road. The dolly takes up too much time and space. I'm looking at the Chevy Equinox Crossover and wonder if anyone has any information on towing them. As per usual the manufacturer is reluctant to tell me anything. I would consider other makes/models if they are recommended.
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