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Old 11-19-2015, 10:50 AM
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Flat Towing a 1992 Ford Bronco

Morning all, I have a 1992 Ford Bronco that I want to Flat Tow "No Tow Dolly" behind a 1985 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Motorhome. I am looking at a Roadmaster Frame mount with a removable or folding Tow Bar. Anyone who has done this please give me some feeback.

As well do I have to remove the drive shaft? This is a bronco with no electric buttons to control the 4 wheel drive option but a automatic with the manual shift in the floor console.

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Old 11-19-2015, 04:00 PM
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Keep in mind, you have to have the key in the ignition, and on, not electrically on, but on
That being said, when you stop somewhere, you will have to take the keys out of it, or some one may remove them for you

As far as towing and the driveshaft, I would put the transfer case in Neutral, and leave both driveshafts intact.
If you remove the rear driveshaft, you will loose transmission fluid

You will also need to tie the lights into the tow vehicle
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