Originally Posted by Ridgerunner
Considering how much of your hard-earned money you spent on that beautiful new truck, I'd buy a two-wheel dolly like Piercedtiger suggested. I've used them a few times back in my hotrod days-they are very reliable. You can even rent them.
I was thinking he could just pull the front on the dolly and strap it down.... I just don't know what you have to do with an auto. A manual you just pop it in neutral and lock the doors. Some autos have a button to push to pop it out of park without leaving the key in, but I don't know about these new ones. I'm assuming it'll still have be in neutral like a manual, but not sure how you do that on this truck. Also, I don't know if the LSD has any affect of not. Should say in the manual though.
Or it could be backed on the dolly, but then when you take your keys out the steering locks. Not sure how that would affect the tracking , but I guess as long as the front wheels are straight it should act like any other trailer. The dollies have pivot plates so the vehicle can turn on the dolly for corners.