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Old 05-10-2014, 04:24 PM   #1
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We have a 1998 Mustang manual transmission. We want to tow behind a Motorhome 4 wheels down. I did check my owners manual and it's says NO.
I went on line to Remco they say Yes. I was thinking about a drive line disconnect when towing.
I can not us a dollie and do not want to trailer it. Any Ideas...would be helpful.
This car has 43 K miles and would love to use it.


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Old 05-11-2014, 01:26 AM   #2
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A couple of odd things here , first I can't think why a manual trans car would not be towable 4 down. Any reason given in the owners manual , or does it just say no ?
Second, and I'll admit , I've never looked on the Remco site for info on a manual trans. I don't know why Remco would provide info on a manual trans car, yes or no, maybe because they used to sell drive shaft disconnects.
Have you tried phoning Ford or Remco , for more info?
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