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Thread: 2002 Honda Civic

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    Fusion Brain Creator 2k1Toaster's Avatar
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    Also I guess Japan makes a awd civic? I never knew that. Maybe it is called something different. If it is sourceable, I might just have to import one!
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    That would be pretty neat.
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    Why not just get a winch! Then it doesn't matter what you can get traction on as long as you can find/make a fixed object to pull yourself by.
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    or go even further.....make a grapling hook that fires off at the push of a button! that way if you get stuck you don't even have to get out of the car. just fire it at the back of a passing pickup truck
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    Quote Originally Posted by moto_123 View Post
    or go even further.....make a grapling hook that fires off at the push of a button! that way if you get stuck you don't even have to get out of the car. just fire it at the back of a passing pickup truck
    problem around here is that most of the pickups and SUV's get stuck much farther down then hill than I am able to get to with my little car!
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    i like the grappling hook idea. it's Bond... Very Bond.
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    Worklog for my 2007 Civic Si ...f*** it...
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    Need to make something? Here are a few ideas.

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