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How to properly tow your 'Bird Here you will find some opinions on what some of our members did when they had to have their 'Bird towed by a wrecker service.

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Default You want to see a Landoll pull-up NOT a tow truck

Landoll loads an SOB - (FF to 15:30):

https://youtu.be/0LmppxID3hI
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Google knows all of our habits and we watch the same videos! The owner was so relieved to see this guy show up, too, he knew what was up. I never saw one in action, pretty cool setup.
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Plain luck. The tow truck driver had the responsibility of the coach. It's not a matter of how or why it got into that situation. It could have been for any one of a hundred different reasons. As we used to say (when I was doing crane work) when we broke something with no real consequences, it'll buff out (bad joke). And I tell your cardiologist your fine this year. That would have put me six feet under just looking at it.
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When our bird rear end started going out, called Coach Net. Had never used them, BUT they came thru big time!
We were over on the coast when it started to go out and they sent a Low Boy 125 miles away to come and get us.
First and only time we have have had to use CN.
Low Boyed us from the beach area to Coburg (125 miles) at no cost to us.
Driver said if we hadn't had CN, the cost would have been $1,500!
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