Originally Posted by joeblack5
Pulling a E350 is our plan as well.
Mine is a 4x4 so the transfer can go in neutral.
It is heavy at around 11000. So heavy duty hitches and towbar.. also I want to route the pulling busses air brake actuate a brake chamber that connects to the brake in the toad..
Going to be exciting.
That's a good way. I tow my '87 Jeep the same way. I've read that 4-wheel locking hubs are better, only the wheels spin. The way we do it, in cab transfer case, both drive shafts & differentials spin with the wheels. It's good to keep an eye on the diff fluid levels & seals.
A (spendy) builder planning on repeat towing might consider installing Hub Conversion or Free-Spin kits by Dynatrac, Spyntec, Warn, Mile Marker, etc.