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TOWING MCC and Regency Motor Coaches
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Should the occasion arise:


Tow FMC, MCC and Regency Motor Coaches
with "under-reach" tow truck from front.

Do not pick up from rear
and avoid "low boy" trailers.


The 82 MCC {by Barth}
is not an rv--
it is a Motor Coach!!

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Good advice.

When the DD water jacket blew(several years ago), I called for a tow truck. The operator asked several questions and sent the truck out.
The tow truck driver that responded had one of those trucks that lowered itself and then the ramp came down and the Barth was pulled up onto it.
The driver at the time said never let anyone hoist this style motorhome up or tow it from the rear. He said it should always be towed this way.


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