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Can I tow a 4 wheel drive s-10 on a dolly

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  • george parkes Dec 13, 2008

    sorry,should have asked about towing with the rear on the ground,dolly pivots ,making any front engine vehicle sway

    when put on the dolly backwards. Thought there was a way to put

    the transfer case in neutral. Push both controls at once or something

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Yes you can. put back tires on dolly and then unlock hubs if avaiable or make sure it is in two wheel drive if electric locking hubs

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  • rufftuffcrea Dec 13, 2008

    as long as the trnasfer case is in 2 wheel drive it will not be a problem. but will need to put tranny in neutral but make sure the transfer case is in 2 wheel drive. then it will free wheel and it wont be a problem. it wont be any dif then towing a rear wheel drive. its not like the old days where the hubbs never fully unlocked with the straight axel 4x4's

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yes you can. put back tires on dolly. un lock front hubs or if elecrtonic then just make sure it is in 2 wheel drive

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