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Old 04-02-2014, 09:02 PM   #1
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Towing A Tundra

I Just Bought Winnebago Freedom I think it has a 330 cummings.
I will be picking it up Friday.What i want to know is can ipull it,where
i dont have to pull the drive shalf
And are these good motor homes its 1999 with 2800 miles on it
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Old 04-02-2014, 09:12 PM   #2
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Your motor home has a 330 CUMMINS...not CUMMINGS.
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Old 04-02-2014, 09:29 PM   #3
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I doubt you can tow a Toyota Tundra 4-down. May depend on transmission (auto or manual) and whether it is 2WD or 4WD.

Here's a good place for a definitive answer:

Store : Remco
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Assume you're asking about towing a Tundra 4 down behind the mh. There are several places to check but the first is your owners manual. Look under Recreational towing. Or check here.
Dinghy Towing | Family Motor Coach Association
Would help to know more about your vehicle and intent. 2x4 or 4x4, standard or auto, year, engine ect.
Lots of help here but need some specifics.

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I had a 2004 4x4 Tundra and to my knowledge they are not towable wheels on ground. I looked ar a Remco driveshaft disconnect but decided to trade vehicles instead. Very few Toyotas are towable wheels down.
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I tow a Tacoma and the Remco Drive Shaft disconnect is a PIA. It is constantly out of adjustment. It is more problems than what it is worth. None of the Toyota trucks are towable without removing the drive shaft.
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Thanks ever ones help 2wh drive Auto
How come i was so dumb,cummins
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Thanks Hawgguy No can tow Thank ever one
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Thanks Hawgguy No can tow Thank ever one
Sorry about that comanche.

Your Cummings has plenty enough power for a truck that is towable.

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Sorry about that comanche.

Your Cummings has plenty enough power for a truck that is towable.

Happy trails!

I have never seen a motorhome or truck with a Cummings in it
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I have never seen a motorhome or truck with a Cummings in it
We all see things a bit different.

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