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Old 03-28-2016, 05:49 PM   #3
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2003 L-Series 3.0L Wagon
2008 SKY Red Line
Default Re: Tow Dolly, moving a Sky or Solstice...

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Originally Posted by billysvue View Post
THere may be some conflict, maybe plain old clearance issues when towing with the rear end up on a dolly and the front dragging, scooping all road debris in the process. Maybe it won't track correctly....
I can't think of any issues with the front, just wheel bearings, but the real issue would be frontal clearance, the first driveway or dip in a road would be the death of the Sky's chin. I've had mine towed once in 8 years and it was on a flatbed. Even then the operator used two 4 foot long planks to make sure the chin didn't rub the ground.

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