Personally I would just disconnect the rear drive shaft and tow it with
the nose on the dolly. MUCH less worry about it.
using a tow dolly - Book says tow with rear wheels on the dolly, wheel
unlocked, WITH a clamping device on the steering wheel to lock the
wheels straight ahead.
Make SURE that if you have automatic front hubs that they are unlocked.
Also says you can flat tow that vehicle-
Tow bar to the front, Trans in park, wheel unlocked, transfer case in
neutral. BUT you must stop every 200 miles and start the engine and put
the trans in gear so that you can circulate the oil in the case to keep
the bearings lubed..
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