NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Table of Contents 
 
Introduction __________________________________1 
Towing Equipment
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What’s Right for You
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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    1
INTRODUCTION 
 
SAFETY IS PRIORITY ONE 
Obviously, your first concern should be safety. Your vehicle was designed to be used 
primarily to carry passengers and cargo. Al

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    2
TOWING  
EQUIPMENT  
 
RENTING 
The first thing to keep in mind when renting a trailer is to rent only from professional 
companies that specialize in towing and towing

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    3 If you are buying a travel or boat trailer, be sure that your Nissan vehicle has the towing 
capacity to pull it. See the SPECIFICATIONS section of this guide, or refer

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    4 Hitch Types 
 
Bumper Hitch – This is a special 
reinforced bumper designed to 
accommodate a hitch ball.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Receiver Hitch – A receiver hitch is

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    5 Clamp-On Bumper Hitch – As the name 
suggests, this type of temporary hitch  
clamps onto the bumper assembly. 
Nissan does not recommend the use of 
this type hitch f

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    6 BALL MOUNT  
A ball mount (also known as a drawbar or “stinger”) is a bar that holds a hitch ball and is 
inserted into a receiver-type hitch. Ball mounts come in a

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    7 SAFETY CHAINS/CABLES 
Always use suitable safety chains/cables between the tow vehicle and the trailer. If the 
hitch should break or become disengaged for some reason,

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    8 BREAKAWAY SWITCH 
On a trailer with electric brakes, a breakaway switch can automatically activate the trailer 
brake system if the trailer becomes separated from the to

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NISSAN 350Z 2006 Z33 Towing Guide  2006 Nissan Towing Guide    9 BRAKES 
As with hitches, there are several types of braking systems available. Most states require a 
separate braking system on trailers with a loaded weight above a sp
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