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A local competitor just towed a single axle pusher motor home backward by forking the Reese tow receiver.  Is this ok? I thought I read years ago that towing a motor home backwards by the frame the whole unit could flex and blow side windows out? Thoughts? Anyone here tow them backwards?


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I did one several years ago.  Used JerrDan 25 ton and forked the frame, not the hitch.  Had to use two separate forks due to needing extra width on passenger side.  I originally picked to move out of mobile home park at the Paragon Casino.  Intended to swap ends once I got out of park.  After getting to parking lot  outside of parking area in village I decided it looked good enough to bring in 35 miles to the Cat house.  

 

Had no problems.  

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Got a call years ago to tow a larger MH backwards because of rear wheel bearing declined the call 

and they called a competitor which did the job buckled the roof I was told .

Sometimes you learn the hard way to say NO!

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