Originally Posted by Phil57
I have removed many driveshafts. It isn't that big a deal but I would not want to do the job every time we moved. Sometimes it's raining and cold. I complain about just hooking up the toad. There are so many cars and trucks that are so easy to tow it's just bad advice to suggest anyone do this. I know a couple of people with the DS disconnects and they work ok. Still not the preferred way to do it.
On my Lincoln MKX I hook it up and put it in neutral and off we go. I even traded my Wrangler for it as we need more room and a better ride. The MKX is as easy as the Wrangler was.
I will agree with you..
I would NOT want to remove the thing every time, even with a quick connect. I do not know if it is bad advise to say it can be done through, lets face it, maybe the person really wants to tow their FJ Cruiser, who knows. In the end it is still just an option, up to the OP to decide how they proceed.