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dont laugh (i need a hitch)

This is a discussion on dont laugh (i need a hitch) within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; need to tow my bandit,will this work ? http://www.etrailer.com/pc-H~24586.h...icleid=1999238 it says Custom Fit For The 1999 Chevrolet Camaro Including Z-28 ...

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    dont laugh (i need a hitch)

    need to tow my bandit,will this work ?
    http://www.etrailer.com/pc-H~24586.h...icleid=1999238

    it says Custom Fit For The 1999 Chevrolet Camaro Including Z-28 and Z-28SS Except those with dual exhaust pipes on drivers side

    i have dual tips with a flowmaster setup,what are dual pipes on drivers side ????

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    Hahah yeah it will work but dam how much does your "bandit" weight?

    Way too much to be towing with a camaro if its a trans am..

    Its western KY man.. someone will let you borrow a truck most likely.. LOL

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    funny, the bandit is a 1999 suzuki 1200 about 540 lb 140hp(yeah its modded)
    tops out at 160

    this is not mine but will give ya a idea

    http://www.bikez.com/pictures/browse...id=73&pageno=4

    and i have a dodge 1500,just want to ride in style
    Last edited by lovedrvr; 04-30-2009 at 07:36 AM. Reason: no photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovedrvr View Post
    funny, the bandit is a 1999 suzuki 1200 about 540 lb 140hp(yeah its modded)
    tops out at 160

    this is not mine but will give ya a idea
    Click for full size
    Lol..


    Thats different then....


    yeah itll work

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    max towing weight for our cars is 1000 lbs, although towing is not recommended, make sure to get the right hitch so the tongue weight isn't too much

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    Just check out different manufacturers. Some hang lower than others. Maybe you can find some pics on cars.

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    A hitch maybe.........

    But never this..........

    30 December 1999

    Solotec's Snowplow for CARS is Ready for eCommerce! PITTSBURGH, Dec. 30 -- Solotec Corporation, based in
    Pittsburgh, PA, announces the inauguration of its secure direct online order
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    lightweight car snowplow that is available only through the company's website
    for $350. Through January 31, 2000, a special promotion is in place online to
    celebrate this new electronic commerce capability during the coming winter
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    Whether it snows tomorrow or three years from today, global warming or
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    Entrepreneur and company founder George Thome Matisz says, "Anyone in
    snowy regions of the United States or around the world who know the pain of
    shoveling snow will benefit from the Driv'nPlow(R). Our products will really
    change the way most homeowners approach snow removal in the 21st Century,"
    says Matisz.
    During the first two major Colorado snowstorms of 1999, customers
    successfully used Solotec's Car snowplows. One woman, in her early-40s in
    Conifer, CO, used the Driv'nPlow(R) in a 350ft. (107 meters) driveway setting
    to clear 17" (43 cm) of fresh snow; another male customer, in Evergreen, CO,
    in his mid-40s used one of Solotec's Car snowplows in a 600ft. (183 meters)
    gravel driveway environment to clear 17" (43 cm) of wet snow.
    The 43-pound (19 Kg.) snowplow is designed to fit most family cars and
    minivans. The company also has a sport utility/pickup version available on
    its website for $450. Driv'nPlow(R) is excellent for driveway and small
    parking lot snow removal, but is not for road use. Easy to assemble, no
    complicated mounting is ever required.
    For more information on Solotec and the Driv'nPlow(R), call toll-free at
    888-765-6832 (SOLOTEC) or visit Solotec's website at http://www.solotec.com.
    Driv'nPlow(R) is an IDEA97 Award Winner as presented by the Industrial
    Designer's Society of America (IDSA).
    Solotec Corporation is an eCommerce business with its own branded products
    for snow removal.


    How funny would that be ?????????

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