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Old March 24th, 2006, 01:03 AM   #28
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Originally Posted by Yetti
I tie cars to our auto roller at work and I have hung Dodge diesel Mega cabs upside down from three of them.
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i use chains front and rear, wraped around the axle. i "power bind" the front chain, then bind the rear. i havent had a problem with the jeep or anything else i have towed. i do want to start using straps because the are better than chains ( i think) becasue they will take up some slack in stead of just lossing up. i have had the tractor come lose, but i was only going like 10 miles, so i wasnt that worryed about it. i watched it to make sure it wasnt rocking that much and i only get up to about 40.

as far as the 1/2 ton, mine tows fine. need a bigger engine thats the only thing. but i do have a brake controler. i would sugest geting a weight dist hitch.
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