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Old 03-24-2016, 08:18 AM   #1
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2008 Chevy Aveo manual tranny

Well this morning i am angry because i just find that my Chevy Aveo can not be towed 4 flat behind my coach. Can somebody tell me why Blue Ox and Roadmaster are selling base plate for those models ?
Do you think i can leave the engine running while its being towed so lubrication can be done ?
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That a good one. Not in the dinghy guide, but Remco says no restrictions on 4down towing the '08 manual trans Aveo. I have to assume if your manual says no to 4 down, there are baseplates and bars available for automatics that have been modified. I doubt leaving the engine running will help a stick shift, but not sure.

I'm sure an Aveo owner will be along in time.
Best of luck!
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That a good one. Not in the dinghy guide, but Remco says no restrictions on 4down towing the '08 manual trans Aveo. I have to assume if your manual says no to 4 down, there are baseplates and bars available for automatics that have been modified. I doubt leaving the engine running will help a stick shift, but not sure.

I'm sure an Aveo owner will be along in time.
Best of luck!
Manual says no to 4 down.
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