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Diesel Jetta toad


I have not been able to find info on towing a 2006 Automatic Diesel Jetta, I'm assuming I will need a dolly but would prefer to tow wheels down if possible.  Thanks for any responses.



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http://www.remcoindustries.com/Towing/Store.php says "2006 Volkswagen All Automatic Transmissions All Automatic Transmissions FWD All cyl All Automatic All Automatics" need to be towed with a tow dolly.  



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Bill is correct...........IMHO.....towing with a dolly is alot cheaper overall .......you dont need a base plate.....you can change vehicles and again dont have to go find another base plate........dont have to wire the car lghting system......everything about it is just cheaper........and when your done its not like a baseplate , you just sell it and it fits the next persons vehicle!!

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Thanks for the quick response.

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