Don’t know if this helps but Check out the Maximus 3 flat tow plates. They require some minor cutting of the factory skid plate but in my opinion they are a really good option for flat towing without adding too much bulk to the front of the Jeep...
I think it has something to do with the factory suspension. My JLUR would nearly do a wheelie when my camper was on the hitch without a WDH. I recently lifted it and found that it crouches much less than before (almost none).
So I just got back from a 2200mi round trip pulling this from Chicago to the Outer Banks (NC) and back. Weight is right at 3500lb. It towed pretty well stability wise. The RPMs stayed pretty high when we hit the mountains in PA (I want to say 4th gear at 65 MPH). This type of camper is absolute...
Yep we have the factory tow package and u swapped the grill inserts to the Gladiator inserts for more air flow.
We just towed from Chicago to North Carolina (about 1100mi) and didn’t have any issues. I’m sure the trans cooler helped (which yours should have too, I believe it’s standard not just...
Rampage towing mirrors with Thorn Engineering JL attachments. Just got them and also put on some convex mirrors on them. Spent a little over $90. They are just a little too narrow for my big camper I tow.
We tow a Jayco X17Z all over the place right at Max capacity. It tows great with a WDH and brake controller. Furthest we’ve towed a single direction is 5 hours but in a couple weeks we are pulling it 1100mi to North Carolina. Should make for a good test.
Correct. That’s why I said programmer (tazer isn’t the only one that can do it. Halo’s with a programmer (I use a flashcal).
DRL’s can be done through the radio screen. I like the DRL’s, hate the halos.