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|Towing my 1999 Jeep Cherokee behind my motorhome||Carl Jones||3-2-03|
|I just purchased a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD to tow behind my motorhome. The manual states it can not be towed. The dealer, 30 years in business, says it is ok. Just put the transfer case in neutral. What are my options?|
|Re: Towing my 1999 Jeep Cherokee behind my motorhome||Sam Whigham||7-14-03|
|Make sure the gear shift is in park. I tore my first one up towing it in neutral.|
'99 Jeep grand cherokee limited tows great with transfer in neutral and shift in park.
|Re: Towing my 1999 Jeep Cherokee behind my motorhome||The Kitko's||9-9-05|
|Since it appears that I will be able to tow a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (has the transfer case that you can put in neutral) with my coach, can anyone refer me somewhere to purchase the tow bar and all needed equipment for it? Not worried about price as long as it is absolutely safe!|
Frank & Hillary Kitko
|Towing 03 tj behind 26ft motorhome...how?||AL and Ellen||8-10-04|
|We want to tow our 2003 Jeep TJ(automatic transmission) behind my 26ft 1986 motorhome. What is the best way? We have heard to put in nutreal; take drive shaft off; put two wheels on dolly; put whole thing on trailer. Which is best and correct way? Please|