Tue, 5 Jan 99 06:10:36 EST

The thread about powered trailers leads me to ask about towing 2.5 and 5
ton trucks. I have been told that the army had a system that utilized a
driveshaft that linked the last differential flange of the towing truck
to the front axle flange of the truck being towed. This used in
conjunction with a tow bar made down or dead vehicle recovery easier and
could even be continued to create a multivehicle train. I have heard and
of the driveshaft but have never seen a picture or spoke with anyone who
actually witnessed this evolution being practiced. Anyone have details,
confirmation or rebuttal?

Inquiring truck owners want to know.

Brian Leffler
54' M211 (trade for M35?)

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