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Author Topic: Tying a vehical to a car hauler.  (Read 11057 times)
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« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2009, 11:34:28 AM »

I'm with Dallas, try it if you wish but try both methods and actually try it, move from lane to lane or what ever. You'll want to suck that vehicle down by the frame so it won't bounce or move from side to side.
You should take the chain or strap from the passenger side of the vehicle and secure it to the drivers side of the trailer and vise versa for the other chains/ straps, making a X shape with your chains / straps.


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