Jim Dick said:One thing ALL RVers should remember is never talk to anyone that is in the process of hooking or unhooking a toad!
John & Mary Jo said:We are planning on purchasing a 1999 Jeep Wrangler (Sahara). Just wondering if anyone has any input on which is better to tow behind the RV and automatic transmission or manual transmission???
Isn't that a fact Jim! We towed the Burb 50 miles with the parking brake on because I somehow got distracted during the hookup process.
Just wondering if anyone has any input on which is better to tow behind the RV and automatic transmission or manual transmission???
Jim Dick said:the Kia Sportage is not towable along with some others that have an electronic transfer case.
Jim Dick said:I guess I should have said not all electronic transfer cases are towable.
The bottom line is read the manual and, if still confused, call REMCO.
Tom said:LOL Jeff, either ours didn't smoke or nobody paid any attention. As you can imagine, the parking brake linings were totally shot. Fortunately, on the Burb the rear service brakes and the parking brakes are completely separate. The same wheels have disc brakes for regular stopping and drum brakes for parking. I had the linings replaced at the next Chevy dealer and, since the Burb was new, they replaced them free under the warranty although I told them how it happened.
I now check everything twice before we move off? ;D