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RE: Ruined manual transmissions

Why do I keep getting all the “Karen’s” commenting when I specifically asked a reasonable question?! I had to get a moderator involved the last time I posted.
Fifty4F100 09/15/21 01:19pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Ruined manual transmissions

Why don't you explain the reason for this question? Information
Fifty4F100 09/14/21 09:49am Dinghy Towing
RE: Ruined manual transmissions

in addition to "ruined", you should include reducing the life expectancy of the transmission which may not show up and be experienced until the vehicle goes thru several different owners. bumpy That’s too hard to qualify. There’s way too much that can contribute to transmission life. And if you’re buying used, the previous owners treatment/maintenance is involved. I’m wanting to know if someone had a good running vehicle that wouldn’t run after a tow.
Fifty4F100 09/14/21 09:48am Dinghy Towing
Ruined manual transmissions

PLEASE READ MY QUESTION! Has anyone ruined their transmission while towing behind their motorhome? State the year and make.
Fifty4F100 09/13/21 10:19am Dinghy Towing
RE: 2013 Ford CMax death wobble

The easy "fix" is to take a long bungee cord and loop it through the bottom of the steering wheel a couple of times and hook both ends under the driver's seat bottom frame. This will keep a centering force on the steering and dampen the wobble. This might produce more dragging and tire wear on the front. I do see where it would be much easier on the undershorts!
Fifty4F100 01/13/21 08:14am Dinghy Towing
RE: Conflicting information tow dolly

There are vehicles where the steering components can not handles the stress of this. I would get a representative of the vehicle manufacturer customer service engaged. There are fewer cars that are towable these daysIf you ever saw how a steering wheel is locked, you would know that any front end components would hold up much better than what was locking the steering. I'm actually wondering if our 2017 Mini has a locking steering.
Fifty4F100 01/13/21 08:10am Dinghy Towing
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