[DML] Towing a D
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[DML] Towing a D



I'm about to leave on a trip of about 3000 miles and I plan to tow my D 
behind the motorhome.  Mine is an '81 standard trans.  I have a tow 
dolly on which I'll plant (and strap down) the front wheels, dragging 
the rear, in neutral, behind.  I've figured out a way to strap the rear 
tow-lights on the small louvers of the rear engine (louvered) cover 
without damage and I have a "toad stop" brake system to apply a little 
braking pressure to the D's system when slowing sharply (a common way 
to stay legal and safe while towing a vehicle - made by Blue Ox).   My 
motorhome has quite a bit of rear overhang, mud flaps and grass skirt 
so there's never been any problem (towing other cars) with junk kicked 
up damaging the front of the towed car.  Anybody know of any concerns I 
should have with this setup?

Thanks for your help.

Craig Werner
07181


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