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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-17-2009, 06:57 AM Thread Starter
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Well, it was finally time to test the Jeep and hook it up to our horse trailer. I was really suprised how it handled the trailer. Didn't squat down too bad and actually handled the trailer well without the stabilizer bars attached. Quite a bit of change from the old Dakota we used to have.

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Took it for a spin around the parking lot; dont have the trailer brake controller hooked up yet. Handled it like a champ though. However, if I keep the hitch in, it sets off my backup sensors. Meh.

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you know ,you can turn off the reverse sensors.
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My Backup Sensors just turn themselves off automatically because of my rear tire carrier. They beep once and then turn off about the time I start down the road.

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you know ,you can turn off the reverse sensors.
Yeah, I know... but what's the point of havin a shiney button that makes noise if I cant enjoy pushin it?
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