<VV> just gonna trailer it

Sethracer at aol.com Sethracer at aol.com
Sat Jul 25 17:58:10 EDT 2015

Just one further note. Tow-dollying - or flat-towing - a car you built or  
serviced or normally drive on a regular basis is one thing. Going somewhere 
and  picking up a car you really know nothing about, hooking to the 
front-end and  dragging it home is another matter. Before flat-towing my racecar to  
Kalamazoo, Michigan and again, before flat-towing to Tacoma, I opened up  
and checked the wheel bearings on the front and the tow-hub units for the 
back.  (The tow hubs have good and bad points. I use them for long trips) I 
would  hook-up and tow - maybe - 50 miles without doing several pre-tow  
investigations of the subject vehicle. If the car is in an unknown  condition, I 
do suggest trailering. - Seth
In a message dated 7/25/2015 1:39:54 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
virtualvairs at corvair.org writes:

I think  I started this tow-dollying subject. have decided to trailer it 
home.. it is a  1960 hardtop coupe. has a 700 glovebox door but no beltline 
chrome... getting  it back home Tuesday 7/28  it is a powerglide  I will try 
to   inform all as to what model it is, thanks for all the info   trey  
bosson  Wellsville  ny
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