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NEVER lock the steering on a flat-towed vehicle.
put the tcase AND transmission in neutral, and it should be fine.
if you can find something <beer/soup can?> to seal against the tcase output for the rear shaft without interfering with the shaft, you can remove the rear shaft and tape said object in place after THOROUGLY cleaning the transfer case output housing and the object in question, and then use high quality duct tape all around the object. Leave tcase in 2Hi in this case. This will avoid any possible problem. Front shaft really isn't a concern as the disconnect system will allow it to freewheel unless youhave a locker up front.
but why not just rent a tow dolly for $100 and tow it behind the moving truck?
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Put Both S-10's in the BACK of a U-Haul Moving Truck !

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just about THE WORST advice. Ever.
Yes, it's been done with a Jeep. No, it's not advisable. There's no proper provision for tieinng the vehicle down, for one thing.
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LMAO!!!
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