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Old 09-12-2008, 04:09 PM   #1
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Unable to find any info online on using a 2001 Mustang Convertable, manual transmission as 4 wheel down toad. The owners guide doesn't help much.
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Unable to find any info online on using a 2001 Mustang Convertable, manual transmission as 4 wheel down toad. The owners guide doesn't help much.
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Old 09-12-2008, 05:14 PM   #3
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Give REMCO TOWING a call.

They will have the answer.
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I would go with Dirk's suggestion about calling Remco to see what their answer is. A lot of 2 wheel rear drive, manual transmission cars can not be towed 4 down without disconnecting the drive shaft. Remco should have the answer for you on that and should be able to recommend a solution to you that would allow 4 down towing.
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