I was able to safely tow the coach (Ultravan #520) home by leave the Toronado power plant in the back of the coach and just remove the axles.
I like to thank everyone who helped with advice.
Here are some pictures I thought I share and hope you enjoy.
Working on UV520. Checking the bearings, removing the rear axles and putting on the new tires I brought with me.
I have mounted the custom two bar that I had made and the new tires are sitting in front of the coach ready to be put on.
I was not able to remove the 1 and 1/2 inch nuts from the rear axles -
so I had to hire one of those mobile tire repair trucks to come out and use their large 3/4" air gun.
It cost me $105 but was well worth it to get it done and be able to leave sooner than later.
Sunday morning, July 14, 2013, I towed the coach to the hotel I was staying at for the past 6 days.
I took a shower, put my presonal stuff in the turck and checked out.
I made it to Greenwood, IN, Sunday July 14th to stay one night at the host hotel.
I met up with the Circle City Corvair Club Monday morning July 15th to carvan with members to the Kalamazoo, MI convnetion.
This is Port Huron in MI. I had to walk over to the doors to the right of the sign just behind the truck to export Ultravan #520 out of USA.
Here UV520 sits just before I leave USA soil and cross the border.
Heading towards the bridge to enter into Canada.
I made it home, safe and sound - Thank God, in the driveway by 8:40pm July 21, 2013.
Thanks agian for all your input, help and support.