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Hello, just got a new 93 range rover lwb today! I am a bit worried, I needed to have it towed as the brakes were not working, and I did so on a flatbed.

I definitely put the auto trans into N, but I think I forgot to put the transfer case into N also. I knew going in that this was an important step and I stupidly forgot. It was pulled up onto the flatbed perhaps 10-15ft. (and then rolled back down in reverse). Please tell me that this short distance was not enough to cause any damage? What do you think?
 

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Heck, you'll coast furhter then that the first time your engine dies on you. :D

No fear, you didn;t hurt anything
 

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Pretty sure it is OKAY to have a car in gear when sitting on a flat bed. When they talk about putting the transfer case in neutral when towing, that means if you are towing the Rover behind another vehicle and it is rolling on it's own wheels (tow bar) or it's own rear wheels (car dolly).
 
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