Originally Posted by comanche38
Thanks guys, I think instead of tieing it down, I will just pull the Jeep up on the trailer and flip it on it's side, no rolling, no tie downs, no problem
Oh yeah and put on the parking brake for extra assurance.
I thinkI will stick with the straps to the axles with a criss cross on the back. Sounds like it has worked for others. Has anyone ever towed with a 6 cylinder ford f-150? 2003.
Sound sliek the proper way. Be allowing the suspension of the vehicle to move, you will take shock load off the trailer suspension.
As for the F150 part, read the post in this forum about towing with 1/2 tons. It should work, but will be slow. Don't try to use overdrive, get a decent brake controller and a weight distributing hitch and you'll probably be ok, as long as you don't get into a lot of hills..