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  1. cannonguy
    Hi Healeyman. I'm new to this forum. I doing some research and would like to confirm that a Miata could be flat towed by my Class C RV. I noted that you has been involved in many projects. I presume that it could be done. My concern is : Is the manual transmission could be damaged? Some people mention that the gear box won't be properly lubricated while the motor is off, the group gear not spinning. Is is true? What are the procedures to prevent any damages to the transmission ? Many thanks.
    Guy
  2. 1rwtownley
    Tim,
    Good to hear from you, it's been a while. We have enjoyed the Miata, we have a second car that we also tow depending on where we are going. That's the reason we made our baseplate. Turned out easy to do and inexpensive, just bought the cheapest Blue Ox I could find. I had a certified welder make the changes, wanted to be sure. We are at Dauphin Island, AL. and leaving for Melbourne Beach, FL.
    Safe Travels, Rich
  3. SRT
    02-20-2012 08:47 AM
    SRT
    Nice car/avatar..... :-)

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