RE: [DMCForum] Re: Making plans for PF (Tow Dolly)
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RE: [DMCForum] Re: Making plans for PF (Tow Dolly)

It's a straight drive. I thought that just having it in neutral wasn't
enough. Am I wrong?

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From: content22207 [mailto:brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 7:59 AM
To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DMCForum] Re: Making plans for PF (Tow Dolly)

Why in the world would you try to dolly it backwards? No one ever does

I'm a big fan of tow dollys. They're easier to control than a trailer.
You don't need any special wiring (just run temporary wires from the
dolly's lights to your own tail/brake lights). Weigh just a fraction
of a trailer.

UHaul used to rent them $50 per day (3 day minimum).

I do NOT trust dolly wheel straps -- bring some extra come alongs and
tie the chassis to the dolly itself.

Also, criss cross the safety chains under the tongue. Should it come
loose from the ball, chains will hold it up.

Isn't your DeLo a straight drive? If so, you don't even need to remove
the drive axles.

7,000 lbs GTW is well into Class III. You'll hardly notice the car
until you get to the mountains (be careful with that transmission
fluid). I dollyed a 5,000 lbs Lincoln through the mountains of PA and
MD with my F150.

Bill Robertson

>--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Travis Goodwin <tgoodwin@xxxx> wrote:
> I'm working on arrangements to get the car to PF. I've got a few options
> available (I don't wanna drive it) and I thought I get you guys to
weigh in.
> First option is a tow dolly, but the concept of trying to lock the
> wheel in order to tow it backwards makes me nervous. Has anyone done
> Second option is a full trailer, which would require me to rent a larger
> truck.
> Third option is have a local guy take it up for me.
> I think I'm leaning towards the second option.

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