If it has the manual T-Case then shift it into neutral and it can be
towed without a flatbed. If it has the electronic shift then tow it on a
flatbed (personally I like to use a flatbed all the time, less chance of
other damage to the vehicle.)
You already received two good answers. If you have any doubt about
the vehicle's ability to put both drive shafts into neutral, you
will want to put the vehicle on a flatbed to haul it. You can test
the neutral gear position by shifting the 2high/4high/4low lever
into the neutral position, and then puty the drive shift into
"Drive" or "Reverse" and you should be able to hear the freely-
spinning gears under the floorboard, while the vehicle does not
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Thanks for the advice - I used a flatbed - can anyone help me figure out
what the gear ratio is on my blazer... the only numbers I found are:
HCB6016 - 1 on the right side front of the tube
14030352 on the left side front housing
I am trying to look online junkyards for a complete rear axle assembly and
want to make sure I get the right one.
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