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The one thing I didn't see anyone talk about (unless I missed it) was keeping your jeep on the trailer. I use these Mac Straps and they work terrific. I have tried chains and ratchet straps in the past but these work much better. And don't cross your tie-downs.
 

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I use Mac's straps as well, they are relatively expensive but very high quality. Plus when you call to order you can describe your situation and they will make product recommendations. One tip that might be obvious to everybody is to check the straps after about an hour, we always have to take up a little slack.
 
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Ditto on Mac's Straps. I had them when I was hauling around my TJ Rubi back in 2009-2011


I used Axle straps plus their tie-downs.
 

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A power impact tool is awesome for road trips as well. Here's the one I use:

 

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I have the same one, it gets used quite a bit. It is a nice and handy tool.
 
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