RE: [DML] Re: DeLoreans and Tow dollys
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RE: [DML] Re: DeLoreans and Tow dollys



Could you please explain further the comment in your post below, "SINCE YOU
CANNOT HOOK THE FRONT WHEELS UP TO THE TOW DOLLY, AS THE CAR IS RWD, YOU
HAVE TO BACK IT ON"?  This appears to be some misinformation.   Refer to my
post to this forum dated 11-21.  In that most, if not all, tow dolly's come
equipped with wheel straps, any DeLorean can be towed on any dolly, front OR
rear wheels.  This does not apply to an auto trans.   I use straps and
safety chains utilizing the tie down eyes that are on the frame, rear wheels
on the ground.  Awaiting your reply.
Arnie Brandon
Pacific Northwest DeLorean Club member
#6292 since Oct. 1982

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]  On Behalf
Of seanhagan
Sent:	Monday, November 28, 2005 4:24 PM
To:	dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:	[DML] Re: DeLoreans and Tow dollys

Having transported my Delorean once in the last couple of months, I
found that it fit nicely on the car carrier that you can completely
put the car off the ground, and on top of the trailer. It is a
little more pricy to rent than the tow dolly, but since you cannot
hook the front wheels up to the tow dolly, as the car is rwd, you
would have to back it on. I am not entirely sure how to keep the
wheels straight if you do.

My advice would be to either drive the car, or get completely on a
trailer.

There was a few posts about this a few weeks ago (Early october I
think)

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