RE: [DML] 2 wheel tow dolly and the DeLorean
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RE: [DML] 2 wheel tow dolly and the DeLorean



Dani,
    Dave Delman and I have had great success trailering the Electric Delorean around in a U-haul full-car carrier. It seems much safer and easier to handle. The Delorean has been to Florida and back as well as all over the Northeast, including Gettysburg, with no problems. The integrated brake on the full trailer is very helpful for contoling the load. 
    Some have suggested backing the car onto the trailer to have the weight more forwared, but we have not tried that (due mainly to the fear of losing or damaging the louvers).
Tom (10310)

Tom Neiland

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Date: Sun, 29 Nov 2009 02:33:29 +0000
Subject: [DML] 2 wheel tow dolly and the DeLorean


















 



  


    
      
      
      Hey guys, I am planning to move from the state of NY to Florida eventually and while I am planning on getting a full car carrier from U-haul; I may have to end up with the 2 wheel-deal from U-haul. That being said, the rear of the car will track behind a moving truck for about 1200 miles. Besides the obvious (car in neutral, battery disconnected, ignition on, no E-brake), is there anything else I should be looking out for? I'd love to do the full carrier as I know that even though the car isn't being driven, its still 1200 miles of wear on the bearings and all parts that are moving; but price may be an issue. Any advice on this topic is much appreciated! -----Dani B. #5003






    
     

    
    






   		 	   		  
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