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Old 11-29-2014, 01:54 PM   #1
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I am looking at buying a 1987 Ford Bronco II to pull behind our 1987 Southwind. I am getting conflicting information on the Internet. Does anyone know if the 1987 Ford Bronco II is 4 down towable? It has an automatic transmission and a push button transfer case.
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I am looking at buying a 1987 Ford Bronco II to pull behind our 1987 Southwind. I am getting conflicting information on the Internet. Does anyone know if the 1987 Ford Bronco II is 4 down towable? It has an automatic transmission and a push button transfer case.
As long as the transfer case has neutral you can tow 4 down.
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I don't think the push button electric transfer case has a neutral. I have a 1988 full size Bronco with a manual transfer case and it tows 4 down no problem, other than it a bit heavy.
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