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Proper location to hook up a tow rope on a G5 or G6

Getting stuck and pulling out

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you can hook unto the bottom side of the frame directly below the engine. This is the strongest part of the frame, don't hook to the sway bar or steering linkage. There are a number of large holes in the frame where you can hook a chain. Be sure to wrap it around the frame and then hook it so it doesn't come unhooked by accident.

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if you cant feel a loop under neath the bumper then try to get it wrapped around the axel to where it will pull evenly

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