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Fun with Limos


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About 28 miles at 35 mph, i became " Mr popular" because the speed limit was 50. It looked like NASCAR in the rearview mirrors behind me.

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Lol you're a braver man then me, I'd have dropped those dollies as soon as I had access to the back and grabbed it from the rear. Then again I'm from Jersey where holding up traffic is a justifiable reason for homicide to some people

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I do not see where it would make a difference which end it was towed. As the Dollies are suggested for ground clearance. Saves from possibly damaging a bumper. Have not had one in several years, though I do not recall a dolly cause it was going a short distant. Likely used the in cab remote a couple of time. You got it there safely that's all that matter. Good post for those that may have reservations about towing limos. Just have to remember to swing wider, since they do not bend in the middle.

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You can lift limos sky high without worrying about dragging the bumper. Hard to tell here but the rear tires were just over the center of my axle and I still had about a foot clearance on the front20180915_223333.thumb.jpg.18bccf420f9d52abcff3b9b16e74169b.jpg

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Just a few details, not in park, stuck in drive, no access to rear of car, as it was disabled in the midst of trying to turn around on a down hill cul-de-sac. Picked up from front at a 60 to 70 degree angle & made what seemed like a 10 point turn to get clear of the cul-de-sac. Wish I had taken pics of it when I arrived. I probably do 15 to 20 limos a year and prefer dollies when I'm not sure of clearance over speed bumps.

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Dollies could be a issue in some areas like NYC.   We  have only done a few & simply pulled 1 driveshaft between carrier bearings.   Alot safer  .  49037122-741B-4D11-8036-785666545FD2.jpeg.8ddd3baf7ea3b33f7f1d28b7c6f8bef3.jpeg

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