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Old 11-11-2019, 04:32 PM
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Fe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever knowFe Butte has forgotten more about Harleys than you'll ever know
So about the second day in Thermopolis, I finally drag out the RTFOM and start reading it when it comes to using this conveyance for towing a trailer.

One section basically says that the truck was designed for a passenger vehicle only, and not as a tow vehicle. (wut the flip?)

Other sections suggest to select, either S-4 for towing, on another page it says to use the "Towing button" on the end of the shift stalk.
Well which is it?


Think on the return to the PRK, I'll try it in standard "D" as I am only towing an enclosed utility 6' X 12' trailer and not a 25' travel trailer, and see what the results turn out to be.
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