Originally Posted by dimjeep
What will happen if i dont remove drive shaft? Will it be ok? I've heard both.
Originally Posted by jbolty
did you read post #3?
I agree! Read post #3 again!
I would ALWAYS disconnect the rear driveshaft if I were to use a dolly, no exceptions!
Personally, I see no reason to use a tow dolly though. Your Jeep was designed to have a "flat-tow" capability. Why not use it?
I dug out my '91 Owner's Manual and quoted the following verbatim.
Page 125 of the 1991 Jeep Wrangler Owner's Manual states;
1. Shift transfer case to 2H and check that the 4WD light goes out.
2. Drive vehicle 10 ft. (3 m) rearward and then 10 ft. (3 m) forward to make sure the axle is disengaged.
3. Shift transmission to Neutral.
4. Turn off engine with the ignition key in the unlocked OFF position.
(NOT in the "LOCK" position, the steering wheel must be able to turn while flat towing!)
5. Shift transfer case lever from 2H to N (Neutral) position.
6. Shift manual transmission into gear or automatic transmission into P (Park).
WARNING: With the transfer case in N (Neutral) postion, the vehicle could roll unexpectedly. The parking brake should always be applied before the tow bar is attached.
7. Attach vehicle to the tow vehicle with tow bar.
You may want to cut & paste that into a word document, then print it out to keep in the glovebox.