I bought a 20' PJ Trailer to haul my JKU. I am certain I did the right thing by buying the trailer with dual 5200lb axles, brakes on both axles and I even upgraded the trailer to have the supports built on 16" centers instead of 24" centers that are standard, stake pocket D-rings and a WD hitch for my truck. Now if I only had a 1 ton diesel to tow my Jeep with...LOL!!
The question I have is if anyone is using through the wheel straps for hauling their Jeeps.
I know that there are all sorts of opinions on the best way to strap the Jeep down. I have hauled motorcycles, atv's and my side by side with no issue, I am just curious about the Jeep. I have purchased Mac's Tie Down Ultra Pack with the axle straps. I also know that the most accepted way is to criss cross the straps to the axle. I am just wondering if there is any experience with using the through the wheel straps. According to the research from the Mac's Tie Down site they seem to strap most of the high end cars through the wheels.
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