If it is a manual trasmsiion, then yes. If it is an automatic transmission, then the answer is positively NO! Towing with the rear wheels down will damage the transmission. Remove the drive shaft.
no only the jester you drive in hot wheels world race
A Ram Van can not be towed with the rear wheels down with out unhooking the drive shaft.
you put wheels on it
yes if you install wheelsand a motor?No generally helicopters can drive without motors
If you still have the back two wheels
Impossible to answer without knowing year, make & model, of mower.
All wheel drive has power going to all 4 wheels all the time 4 wheel drive has power going to 2 wheels and 4 wheels when it is selected
Yes you can, but if you do not unhook the drive shaft you will log all the miles traveled, other wise there is no harm in towing the pick-up like this, Tom.
A 4x2 vehicle has 4 wheels with the 2 rear wheels that drive. A 4x4 vehicle has 4 wheels with all 4 wheels that drive.
The front wheels are the drive wheels on most lift trucks.
That would describe a vehicle as to having 4 wheels with two of them being the drive wheels. A 4+4 vehicle would have 4 wheels with all 4 being drive wheels.
Not without major modifications.
A vehicle that has the option that all four wheels are driven by the engine instead of just two. They have front and rear drive shafts going to the wheels, a two wheel drive vehicle only has drive shafts going to one set of wheels. A system whereby all four road wheels are driven by the engine. Normally only the back or the front wheels are driven.
The front wheels are the drive wheels and carry the weight of the payload.
The front wheels on a fork lift are load bearing and the drive wheels.
Basically you can, only if the two astride wheels are up front. If the two wheels are in the back, then it becomes a trike and subject to motorcycle regulations.
A four wheel car can drive on two wheels. There are 1/4 mile drag cars that can do the 1/4 mile on just the two rear wheels. There are stunt car drivers that can drive a car on just the drivers side or passenger side wheels.
Rear, since they are the Drive Wheels when using Two-Whee Drive.
The tires that actually drive. For example if your car is a front wheel drive, then the front wheels should be chained. If it is a real wheel drive vehicle, then the rear wheels should be chained. If it is an all-wheel drive then you could chain all four wheels.
what the hell are you talking about the wheels are turned by the drive axles....stupidity
It is a vehicle with 4 wheels but only 2 of them are drive wheels.
Install the chains on the drive wheels.
the wheels ar always linked to the axle and the drive shaft the drive shaft is disconnected in the transfer case
Usually the back wheels are the ones connected to the engine, providing the power to rotate the tracks, and these are the drive wheels. The rest are bogey wheels.