Thomas L. Gwyther
Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:18:00 -0600
I have towed my Rampside behind a few different vehicles.
My opinion is to flat tow it with a towbar if possible, that is the way mine
tows the best.
You already have a good tow vehicle, I think the biggest problem with towing
a rampside is airflow.
I towed my rampside with a '65 500 and could only do 50mph or it would sway,
When I had a large vehicle (full-size Chevy van) it I was able to go faster
(no other changes).
The biggest thing to do is keep your speed down.
I bought a collapsible towbar at Wal-Mart about 3 years ago for $100.00
> -----Original Message-----
> If one were to tow a Rampside on a tow dolly, behind a full-size Chevy
> what would be the preferred way? Rear wheels on dolly, because the engine
> end would likely be the heaviest? Or front wheels on dolly, because the
> end might be as heavy as the engine, not to mention less wind resistance?
> Or how about 4 down and a towbar? Yes I know a flatbed would be best.
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