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    Classic hangy tow hooks

    HEy like it says in the title... where can i get some classic towhooks that hang down. Id like em to be functional too cuz it adds to the cool factor lol

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    at least tell me wtf there called so i can look em up damnit lol

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    I was going to tell you. But that kinda attitude won't get you anywhere.... :wink:

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    Yours will be the 4th thread on the subject so far... :P

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    Re: Classic hangy tow hooks

    Quote Originally Posted by hotdoghogie
    HEy like it says in the title... where can i get some classic towhooks that hang down. Id like em to be functional too cuz it adds to the cool factor lol
    Actually, they're not tow hooks. They're subway train hand rings. And they are definitely not gonna hold up if you intend to tow your car from them. :lol:

    The fact you're calling them tow hooks is probably why no one is responding- they have no clue what you're talking about. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by zetozeto99
    I was going to tell you. But that kinda attitude won't get you anywhere.... :wink:
    haha i wasnt mad the sucky thing about the internet is its not sracastic lol...

    so they are sybway peices... i think i might just make me some steel towhooks


    Quote Originally Posted by datsunfreak
    Yours will be the 4th thread on the subject so far...
    lol daarn i searched... all i get are recnet threads and crud... i quess i need some practice. Thanks again datsun freak

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    Ahhh you mean tsurikawas/tsuriwas just like eye_cue45's

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    Re: Classic hangy tow hooks

    Quote Originally Posted by hotdoghogie
    I'd like em to be functional too cuz it adds to the cool factor lol
    hahahaha. They serve no purpose really (excpet to show how low your jtin is). And unless you stole it like the bosozoku who started the trend (to show how "badass" they were, lol) then they don't symbolize anything special either, just get a towe hook!

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    Re: Classic hangy tow hooks

    Quote Originally Posted by shane_lxi
    Quote Originally Posted by hotdoghogie
    I'd like em to be functional too cuz it adds to the cool factor lol
    hahahaha. They serve no purpose really (excpet to show how low your jtin is). And unless you stole it like the bosozoku who started the trend (to show how "badass" they were, lol) then they don't symbolize anything special either, just get a towe hook!

    o hell no i will make a trip to Dallas one day and steal me one lol

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    That would be interesting.. a subway hanger from an American subway train. Could be the start of a new trend if you pull it off. Represent the home town and all that.

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