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So, feeling pretty lucky to have survived 4000 miles from Detroit to Anchorage with all the ice and snow on the roads.

In hindsight it probably would have been good to know where the recovery points would be if it had an unintended off-road excursion. Do you know where you’d attach a tow strap to the front or to the rear of a Trackhawk? IMG_1309.JPG
 

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Time to trade it in - It is dirty :D - good luck with it!
 

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Wow, that is a long way to go for a new car. Couldn't you find a good deal in Oregon or Washington?

My car buddy is in Wisconsin who helped me road trip it back. An extra benefit was the dealer was 40 miles from the factory so it only needed 1 truck ride for delivery. My Summit’s paint was very contaminated that I got from Oregon, maybe from the train ride?
 

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So, feeling pretty lucky to have survived 4000 miles from Detroit to Anchorage with all the ice and snow on the roads.

In hindsight it probably would have been good to know where the recovery points would be if it had an unintended off-road excursion. Do you know where you’d attach a tow strap to the front or to the rear of a Trackhawk? View attachment 183106
there are not Tow hooks in the front or rear.

You could put a Factory hook in the front but have to mangle the bumper etc. Have not found a Eye bolt solution either.

Rear if you have a Hitch use a shackle.

Front that's going have to be under neath and grab from frame.
 

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My car buddy is in Wisconsin who helped me road trip it back. An extra benefit was the dealer was 40 miles from the factory so it only needed 1 truck ride for delivery. My Summit’s paint was very contaminated that I got from Oregon, maybe from the train ride?


Wow, I guess that’s one way to break it in fast! I would have just paid a couple hundred for paint correction to get rid of contaminants and call it a day!
 
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