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Old 08-01-2012, 10:22 PM   #15
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There are but two ways to make it towable, Either it has a output shaft driven pump (And I do recall reading that the towables do) or there is a means of completly disconnecting the output shaft when in neutral.

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The Hondas discussed in this thread DO NOT have an output shaft driven pump that lubricates the transmission internals.

The Hondas mentioned in this thread would require the axle shafts to be removed to completely disconnect as you have stated

Are you sure your not thinking of some other brand(ie Toyota, Mazda, etc etc) or some other brand engineer?
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