When I got my 510 back from the paint shop and installed the engine, I somehow
fried the wiring. I called AAA and said it wouldn't start and they towed it to
the shop, no problemo. FWIW, if you have AAA+, you can tow for up to 100 miles
--- Mick T <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here's a thought..... Do you have AAA or Sears roadside auto coverage? I
> think you get 2 free tow jobs a year.........ok, I'll shut up now....
> >From: "Andrew Murphy" <email@example.com>
> >Reply-To: "Andrew Murphy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: email@example.com
> >Subject: Towing continued
> >Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 14:35:53 -0700
> >I now know more than I care to about towing requirements for a 1997 Chevy
> >The standard 2 inch ball that you can put onto the step up bumper will
> >accomodate 200 lbs. tongue weight and 2000 lbs. tow weight. I am wondering
> >if Sid's solution would work out.
> >I went down to Pep Boys at lunch today and looked at some towing stuff.
> >2 inch ball: 9.99
> >Tow Bar 112.00
> >Wiring kit for Chevy s-10 8.50
> >Rear signal lights (Brake and turn signal) 24.95
> >Would this and some safety chains be all that I would need? How problematic
> >is it to fabricate a connection from the car to the tow bar? The tow bar is
> >V shaped and adjusts to widths from 24-40 inches. It comes with some
> >shackles to mount it to the axle I guess.
> >Andrew Murphy
71 510 2dr
69 510 5dr
00 Scooby OBS
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