Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 17:05:37 -0500
From: ma_twain <ma_twainnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: Pulling a 900s Convertible


Dave Hinz wrote: > On Wed, 15 Mar 2006 15:30:37 GMT, David Rodriguez <davidnonatonospamlobal.net> wrote: > >>I'm moving out of state from Illinois to Texas. I want to pull my 1995 Saab >>900s Convertible with my Jeep Grand Cherookee, but I have no idea where to >>hook up the Saab, should I pull it forward, or should I pull it backwards. >>What is the best way? Do I need to pull of the bumper to attach the towbar >>to the car? >> > > Best way is to use a tow dolly, so the front wheels of the Saab aren't > rolling the whole way. Much easier to handle than a towbar, believe me. > u-haul and others rent them. No idea if your Jeep is towbar-rated, > check the weights and so on. I've hauld a LOT of cars around, and the > dolly is the only way to go. > > If the poster no idea on how to tow a front wheel drive car, this indicated that perhaps he has minimal towing experience. Moving companies can load the car inside the moving van, which might the best option in this case.

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