I have a 1997 ford ranger 4x4 automatic, what do I need to do to pull it behind my motorhome

Asked by Jun 03, 2018 at 11:20 PM about the 1997 Ford Ranger

Question type: General

What do I need to tow my 1997 4x4 auto behind my motorhome

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a trailer or a dolly , If you choose a dolly you'll need to remove the rear driveshaft to prevent damaging the automatic transmission while on your trip

I'm afraid thats what I must do, but have you heard of a device called the shiftster? If you have do you know who might have one. It puts your transfercase in neutral i think..


If you have a transfer case that can be shifted to neutral you are good to go. IF!

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