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Bad Tow by a Ford Roadside Truck = $28,000 in Damage

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I thought you would be interested in this story I found on MSN: Beware Of Flatbed Tow Trucks: Damaged Mach-E Battery Costs $28,000 - Beware Of Flatbed Tow Trucks: Damaged Mach-E Battery Costs $28,000

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I thought you would be interested in this story I found on MSN: Beware Of Flatbed Tow Trucks: Damaged Mach-E Battery Costs $28,000 - Beware Of Flatbed Tow Trucks: Damaged Mach-E Battery Costs $28,000

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That happened to an MME in Madison as well. New battery pack had to be installed. The dealer who鈥檚 car it was, was NOT pleased 馃槀
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I thought you would be interested in this story I found on MSN: Beware Of Flatbed Tow Trucks: Damaged Mach-E Battery Costs $28,000 - Beware Of Flatbed Tow Trucks: Damaged Mach-E Battery Costs $28,000

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I've read a couple stories like that. I put the towing info from ford on my phone so if I need to get towed can show it to the driver.

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I've read a couple stories like that. I put the towing info from ford on my phone so if I need to get towed can show it to the driver.
Extremely good idea.
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There are a number of threads over on the other Mach e forum on this topic including where to get stickers to point to tow points and stickers that run the length of the battery rail that warn about not using that area to lift the vehicle.

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There are a number of threads over on the other Mach e forum on this topic including where to get stickers to point to tow points and stickers that run the length of the battery rail that warn about not using that area to lift the vehicle.

tow point stickers
the original story
Unfortunately this forum software won't let you post links from the other forum.
Unfortunately this forum software won't let you post links from the other forum.
Well, dang. Who's bright idea was that?
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Well, dang. Who's bright idea was that?
That's a pretty common feature of forum website software avoiding links to competition.
That's a pretty common feature of forum website software avoiding links to competition.
OK, got it. So I guess in the future I'll just describe where one might be able to find something on the other owner's web site. Thanks.
OK, got it. So I guess in the future I'll just describe where one might be able to find something on the other owner's web site. Thanks.
What works for me, is to name the thread that I want to link to, and mention that if they go over to the other forum, plug that text into the search engine. Failing that, take screen shots of the content and post here in JPGs.
Forums blocking posts from other forums is chickenshit, but there it is.
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Well, dang. Who's bright idea was that?
That's the reason I RARELY, RARELY come to this site...this site is much worse than the other forum, which, BTW, sees no need to block other competing sites. The desperate clinging to straws.
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never mind
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