Originally Posted by JSchuricht
Just leave the t-case in neutral. The shaft will spin but it won't be connected to the transmission.
After a long nite, not enough space to explain
, I finally got the Sonoma to my house. When I got to my non-running truck, which was 30 mi. away, I read the owners manual, and it said to 'flat' tow w/ the t-case in neut. Not a problem, right? But, if you put it on a tow dolly, you still have to remove a driveshaft since both driveshafts are connected thru the t-case. Since the front tires were strapped to the tow dolly, they couldn't move. Since I still had both driveshafts hooked up, the strapped up front tires wouldn't let the front driveshaft turn, which is still connected to the t-case, and in effect wouldn't let the rear driveshaft spin even tho the t-case was in neut. Not sure if this makes any sense, but either way, remove the rear driveshaft if using a tow dolly regardless if the t-case is in neut. Sorry for the long rant.