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towing a brat
Posted 03 August 2004 - 05:30 PM
Let me first say I'm a former Subaru driver/owner. A 1975 4WD Wagon and a 1980 4WD wagon, both were awesome and because of my experience, I keep a soft spot in my heart for Subaru's.
My question is this, I'm looking at buying a 1985 Brat and I'm going to add mods to make it into a hunting/ranch vehicle. In replacing the front bumper with something more heavy duty, I'm going to install brackets and a tow bar.
It's a stick, so does anyone have any input/experience with towing a Brat with all 4 wheels on the ground? Any input on this will be much appreciated.
I currently have a '88 Samurai that I tow around with no problems. I want to make sure I can do the same with the Brat as it will be a requirement.
Posted 03 August 2004 - 05:48 PM
tow the brat in neutral, in 2wd all four wheels on the ground. as long as its not in 4wd, or not in gear, you will be ok
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