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Old 03-21-2013, 03:11 PM   #11
Tim & Lisa Trempert
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We use a tow dolly with our RV. We tow a Toyota minivan, but you can tow virtually any front wheel car weighing less than 4,500 lbs. You can get a two dolly for $1000-$1500 new and a used one for $500-$1000. Tow dolly's are not much work (I can put the car on in about 5 minutes) and they are versatile because you can tow multiple vehicles without any modifications to the vehicle.

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Old 03-22-2013, 08:42 PM   #12
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we have definately been enjoying our RV. We pulled the trigger on the saturn, and i feel like we recieved a fair deal. Thanks for the help everyone. Now I have to get trained up on hooking up the tow bar get a breaking sytem.

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