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tom538

38ft Fleetwood Expedition Needs To Be Towed

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My 2004 Fleetwood Expedition has broken down and I am having it towed to a Cummins dealer on Monday.

Are there any cautions I should be aware of in regards to this process.

Thanks for any tips you can give me.

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Make sure they index (mark) the U joint before disconnecting the driveshaft so it can be returned to its proper orientation.

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See my post on your other posting. Nothing has to be taken apart. I just had mine towed on Monday to a shop 55 miles away.

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I'd double check with Allison prior to doing anything.

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The two posts are not contradictory. If the coach is to be towed with rear wheels on the ground, the drive shaft has to be disconnected.

If loaded on a flatbed nothing needs to be disconnected.

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Disconnect the drive shaft. It took two hours for the tow truck operator to get my U Joint disconnected but he knew he could not tow w/o doing it.

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