How many put their rig in neutral when trailering?
Obviously you don't want to pull the drivetrain against the parking paw. So after it's strapped down why would you not shift it back to park? You would never tow a full size rig in neutral. Maybe I'm thick and just don't get it but IMO every precaution should be used.neutral and parking brake.
If you have a parking brake it's not as important
Depends on where or how you tie down. If you tie down like in that ST video, he's pulling forward and now locked up the parking pawl just like you would be on an incline
The only reason I sometimes leave it in N is because with my clutching it's hard to move just a few inches if I need to, so it's easier to push it in N if I didn't get it right when I pull on the trailer. I just tend to leave it in N when that happens, otherwise I'll put it in P. The straps I use are 3", over the tire and in e-track. I'm not too concerned about them failing and I don't have to worry about the suspension moving and popping a strap off.To me it's just another safety if something else fails, just like using a parking brake. If it's strapped down correctly it can't move so it's not about "hurting the trans". So guys saying they tow with it it neutral...I'm curious as to your reasoning?