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Old 08-12-2008, 04:36 PM   #1
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As per Motorhome Magazine with manuel tranny. The Owner's Manual says "If you MUST tow the vehicle on all 4's .... speed limit 60mph & 500 miles". Nissan Dealer says "No Problem". Friend of a friend says No Can Do - They had to replace their tranny as one of the gears was not synchronizing.
Just purchased this used 7yr old vehicle yesterday. Any Ideas, Any One
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As per Motorhome Magazine with manuel tranny. The Owner's Manual says "If you MUST tow the vehicle on all 4's .... speed limit 60mph & 500 miles". Nissan Dealer says "No Problem". Friend of a friend says No Can Do - They had to replace their tranny as one of the gears was not synchronizing.
Just purchased this used 7yr old vehicle yesterday. Any Ideas, Any One
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Have towed a 07 for about 15000 miles no trouble following the factory's guideline rip
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Old 08-12-2008, 05:55 PM   #4
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Thanks ITSRIP ..... As I stated "Owner's Manual" Blah, Blah. Please help clarify your comment "Factory Guideline" I am retired far earlier than those of my age as my beloved husband was seriously injured in the line of duty who wishes to satisfy his "bucket list" trip to mainland Mexico & Belize. Please, Please, any advice would be helpful. Skype: ybgillin or 760-536-6169
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