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Old 05-07-2012, 06:38 PM
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Odd Question...

So as some of you may know, I've been parting out my 1996 Accord EX Sedan. This guy stopped by today to take a look at what he could pull off and he wants my TEIN SS Coilovers... so... *ahem* the question... Can a bed tow truck get the car easily on/off it without the coilovers on the Accord? I've been thinking about it but I know some of the wench motors aren't that strong and will burn out if the car doesn't roll.

Speaking of my car being parted I still have an f22b2 alternator with 3K miles on it.
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Re: Odd Question...

Alright well I've found some people that say it is possible just to let the people on here know. Be careful of the exhaust though, I don't really care about mine anymore : p.
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they can drag the car on - but that car had better be going to the scrap yard lol
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they can drag the car on - but that car had better be going to the scrap yard lol

Pretty much.
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they can drag the car on - but that car had better be going to the scrap yard lol
That is exactly where it is going. Made about 1K out of parting it though plus the 350 I'll get at the junkyard.
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