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Towing a Jeep -
Theres nothing wrong with flat towing a Jeep, in fact it's very simple. For any TJ/YJ or NP231 equipped Jeep the driveshafts can stay in. The transmission should be in park if automatic, or in gear if a manual. The transfer case should then be shifted into neutral. The rear shaft will spin the transfer case output shaft, but the NP231's oil pump is driven by the rear shaft, so it will get proper lubrication. If flat towing the key should be in the unlocked position so the Jeep will turn with you. If you have a CJ your stuck pulling the driveshafts. Anything with the Dana300 transfer case the driveshafts must be removed to prevent damaging the output shaft bearings.
 
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