Maybe I missed it but why not tow it backwards on a dolly? Rear wheels not
turning so no concerns. Tie the steering wheel off so that it goes mostly
> On Sep 27, 2019, at 8:22 PM, Mark J Bradakis via Spridgets
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 9/27/19 1:05 PM, Bob Spruck via Spridgets wrote:
>> If you tow with the rear wheels on the ground, everything from the tires to
>> the clutch will be turning.
> No, not everything will be turning. If the rear wheels are on the ground
> while towing and the driveshaft is still connected, the only thing rotating
> in the gearbox will be the mainshaft. None of the gears will be turning, the
> layshaft will NOT be turning, will NOT be splashing oil around inside the
> transmission. For the 50 mile distance you quote this will not be an issue,
> you aren't going to burn up the unlubricated bearings for such a short time.
> Well, maybe if you tow at 300 mph, but I'm guessing that ain't gonna happen.
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