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4x4 Automatic, manual transfer case. Need to know maximum flat towable speed.

I have a 1993 4x4 S10 Blazer with automatic transmission and manual shift transfer case. The owners manual says it is flat towable but does not provide specifications as to speed. I know some flat towables have a maximum speed that they can be towed. Please advise. Thanks!

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I would think if transfer and trans. are in neutral it would not matter how fast you go with in reason.

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