I would say if you have a dolly already, tow front wheels up and I think removing the drive shaft is the best way. I hear there are quick disconnect drive shafts for this purpose. I don't know for sure but I don't think you will ever be able to line up the front wheels to be perfectly straight so it will probably crab down the road and might wear the tires out if you tow with the front wheels on the ground. I've seen tow truck drivers tow like that but we are talking only a few miles.sams Dad 42 said:I want to back my rodeo on my tow dolly and tow it behind our motor home with the rodeo's front tires on the pavment. Sence the rodeo does not have lockouts will this hurt the front drive train or the automatic transmission?
I plan to put lockouts on it this winter and ask the same questions , with lockouts if I tow as described above every thing should be OK right?