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04-11-2019 12:29 PM
Tommy R Close to a year ago I bought a new trailer. 20' (18+2) Load Trail with 5k axles, 102" width, etc. I've only towed with it once and it was with my old truck.




It'll be towed by this from here on out. 2019 Ram Rebel 1500 with a Hemi.
04-11-2019 11:46 AM
Fourtrail .
04-14-2018 08:54 AM
BuckeyeNative Recently relocated from CO to VA and this is how the LJ made the trip. The trailer is a PJ 18ft dovetail rated at 10K. The Jeep is secured using axles straps/tie-downs and the chain/binders are added to minimize the bouncing around.
04-13-2018 03:48 PM
speedymopars About an hour ago...
04-13-2018 01:42 PM
Joe Dillard
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Originally Posted by bgredjeep View Post
Loaded up for Harlan last month.

Well, jf thinks my picture should be upside down. No option to flip or delete the pic so it stays I guess.
Fixed it for you.
04-12-2018 11:09 PM
plumber1 Thanks for the link
04-12-2018 06:06 AM
Tuffjeeper
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Originally Posted by plumber1 View Post
I always go around the axles or tires to eliminate this issue am I wrong in my thinking ?

Also what are the feelings on do crossing the straps. Do you go corner to corner or do you crisscross the straps ?
I go directly to the axles to tie my rig down. Tire nets would be a nice convenience someday. When I bought my straps from Mac's Custom Tie Downs, I watched one of their videos about strapping down your rig. I'll attach it below.

04-12-2018 01:58 AM
plumber1
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Originally Posted by Moabrubi View Post
I was told not to tie down the jeep this way, do not use bumpers because the jeep will bounce up and down as you tow and may loosen the tie downs. I always go around the axles or tires to eliminate this issue am I wrong in my thinking ?

Also what are the feelings on do crossing the straps. Do you go corner to corner or do you crisscross the straps ?

And mine going to Mohave last fall
04-11-2018 05:06 PM
Tuffjeeper Ford Expediton w/ 5.4L
Big Tex 60SP
12,000 LB Rated Equal-i-zer Hitch
04-11-2018 10:59 AM
Mud Machine Attachment 3692489

Sent with the help of my Flux Capacitor
04-10-2018 09:28 PM
Fourtrail Stole dad's 16 Ram 3500 6.7 and Livin Lite camper for a trip last fall.
04-10-2018 07:19 PM
Joe Dillard My new then, '02 WJ 4x4 V8 Limited. Towed my YJ only once with it - scary.



My new then, '03 Ram 2500 5.7L Hemi 2wd Quadcab. Towed my YJ many, many times with it. Several times across country.




My '90-something Silver Eagle RV. Towed my YJ across the country a few times with it.



My new '07 Ram 3500 dually MegaCab 4x4 5.9L CTD. A few cross country trip & LOTs of trips to Johnson Valley/Hammers.


Bought a used '06 Ram 2500 MegaCab 2wd 5.9L CTD. Number of trips across country & local offroad.

Towed my Hellcat, SxS & bass boat with it a number of times too.



No pics of my YJ being towed with it yet - the newest edition is my '17 Ram 3500 dually quadcab 4x4 6.7L CTD. Looking to outfit it with another Lance camper soon.

04-10-2018 02:50 PM
TJDaveX Traded the 26' class C for a 30' class A.

10-08-2017 07:37 PM
iwantawillys Towing rig is my 06 chevy and tow-ee is my 05 LJ
10-06-2017 06:07 AM
JeepingNet My 07 WK pulling my LJ Rubicon
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