Originally Posted by nathan55
I've got a 2011 f250 shift on the fly elec. 4x4 manual says you can't flat tow, I'm wondering if I get one of those driveshafter disconnection devices if that would work? Does anyone have experience with this?
I have a 1999 F-250 and had the same thoughts and discussions . . . as long as your 4x4 has front wheel hubs (manual unlocked) then with a driveshaft disconnect, yes you should be able to flat tow it . . . The huge concern should be your RV . . . a F-250 is a HEAVY vehicle to tow ... mine weighs more than 7,000lbs.
Though you can, the right answer should be, do you really need to? I think for a 1 time deal, I would just drop the rear driveshaft (will need a plug for the slip shaft into the transfer case) and tow it that way . . . but you WILL want/need brakes on that load.