HEATING A TENT
Posted 21 February 2010 - 01:34 PM
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Posted 27 February 2010 - 08:02 AM
Who's beating a dead horse? I didn't see anyone else mention the jacket/blanket over your head idea, the body/sleeping bag warmer idea, or the suggestion of keeping a wool blanket with you at all times. Sure beats "pulling your truck up next to your campfire" (unless you actually prefer ash, smoke, and possibly sparks getting on your vehicle & tent)...
Posted 27 February 2010 - 11:09 AM
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Posted 02 March 2010 - 07:13 PM
You're probably thinking of a REMCO driveshaft coupler.
There are two ways to tow one...on a trailer w/ all four tires off the ground or with the front tires off the ground and something that needs to be disconnected before towing. Been a long time since I owned a Gr. Cherokee and don't recall what we had disconnected. Anybody know? Think it was something to do with the tranny. Took a few minutes to reconnect.
Posted 02 March 2010 - 07:46 PM
Braz You are not correct. I pull a 2000 G. Cherokee behind my MH and have many years + many miles. Takes a few minutes manipulate the tranny and transfer case per the owners manual and to hook up with a Toad hookup hitch. I've also added a separate lighting system so I didn't have to go through the computer. If you search for Toads under Motorhomes you'll see.
Don't try and tow that Grand Cherokee! It is full time 4x4 and has to be towed off the ground. Not towable!
Posted 02 March 2010 - 08:11 PM
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Posted 03 March 2010 - 09:09 AM
John I've got a buddy with a 93' the first year they made them?? He tows it and has for 15 years and does the same thing as I do. He's the one that convinced me to get one. There was one model that had a different Trans. Case but most of them can be towed if they are four wheel drive.
Buzz they have changed that with your later model GC. Jeeps especially the Grand Cherokee's were always the worst vehicle to tow with tow trucks as they did not ever have a "true" neutral in the transfer case assembly. That has been changed now. So the older ones need a dolly and to have the rear driveline removed. Newer model Grand Cherokee's you can tow with all four wheels on the ground after you put the transfer case in neutral, then with the engine shut off, put the transmission in Park. The key should be in the unlocked OFF position.
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