Is the 94 S10 towable behind motor home?

Asked by Aug 15, 2015 at 10:37 PM about the Chevrolet S-10

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If automatic then i say no,unless you remove the drive shaft,if manual it is towable.

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Actually, if you put it on platform, you can tow this or any other car you want. The big question is will your motor home handle it?

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Not a good idea if automatic trans because the differential will be turning & the driveshaft even if it's in nutral. Causing wear on all the driveline components & bearings. 1. tow the truck on a car trailer. 2. disconnect & remove the driveshaft (be sure to plug the back of the trans because all the hyd fluid we leak out). The rear differential still turns, causing wear, but not the driveshaft (removed) into the trans. 3. Buy "free wheeling towing hubs" for an S-10 lug pattern, install them between the rear wheels & brakes. Then nothing turns, only the wheels on the towing hubs. Number 1. & 3. are best, your choice.

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