[ROVERNET - UK] Need to know about Land Rovers for pulling?

Kent Kinard kkinard at wcc.net
Thu May 3 04:34:32 BST 2007

Hi David,
The trailer must have trailer brakes.  I learned this the 
hard way a few years ago.  Got passed by my own trailer, 
jackknifed, rolled three times, destroyed two Range Rovers 
at once, got a helicopter ride that I still don't 

....also...My feeling about 4.0 engines is that I would 
only own one if it was given to me.  The 4.6 is a better 

With proper consideration for safety, they pull just fine, 
but short wheelbase means they are twitchy.  A 110 is a 
better tow vehicle but who can afford one in the US?

On Wed, 2 May 2007 16:37:30 -0700 (PDT)
  David Sheuring <rovertcv8 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi folks
> I hope that everyone is doing well.
> I am going to an auto auction and there happens to be
> a 96,97, 98 Land Rover Discovery coming up.
> What I was wondering is? What are the like to pull a
> trailer...ie: a car trailer?
> How about the years...are there differences that I
> need to be aware of?
> Is there a good Land Rover to pull with?
> Inquiring minds would like to know....
> Cheers
> David
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