|Dinghy towing safely starts with research|
Here is how to dinghy tow safely in 5 easy steps:
|Remco Lube Pump|
The first step to safe dinghy towing is to determine if your vehicle is able to be setup for dinghy towing. Driveline disconnects, transmission lube pumps and a number of other guidelines may be necessary to set your vehicle up for dinghy towing. Check to see if your vehicle is dinghy towable by going to Torklift Central’s dinghy towing app and consult your owner’s manual. Keep in mind that if your owners manual says it’s not able to be towed, there still may be readily available, tested and safe methods to enable you to dinghy tow, including tow dollies and car trailers.
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|SMI Stay-In-Play Duo auxiliary braking system|
Towing a vehicle behind your motorhome dramatically increases your stopping distances in both normal and emergency braking situations. Installing an auxiliary braking system with proportional braking capability that makes your towable’s brakes mirror the braking of your coach is the safest way to ensure safe braking while dinghy towing. Being able to go is important; being able to stop is a critical safety factor.
Take a look at the SMI Stay-In-Play Duo here.
|Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain|
Choosing a towbar that is equipped with non-binding technology will save you a headache and help guarantee your towable is properly secured to your motorhome. Towbars such as the Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain secure and release with the flip of a lever to make sure your towbar does not bind.
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Having a professional facility such as Torklift Central that specializes in the RV and towing industry inspect your dinghy tow rig is always the best way to guarantee your safety.
Whether you already have a list of dinghy towing products in mind or need to start the process from scratch, Torklift Central can recommend everything you need to hit the road like a pro.
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