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Bad Day For A Wrecker Driver


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Wasn't a rotator, so would not have them. Rears were down but don't help side to side that much.

On the plus side, don't look like they need to replace windshield, came off in one piece

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My boss at the towing company I was working for part-time did this. His KW900 is in the front. This isn't a rotator either. The procedure they are trying is called a california roll. I've done it many times successfully with a 1 ton and cars or pickups. It allows you to do this without putting your truck at a 90 degree to the crash. This is the only option when you don't have the room. The big fault here is your wrecker is suppose to be inline with the recovered unit when it lands.

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