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Old 10-11-2010, 03:17 PM   #1
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blue ox tow plate

I'm looking to have a tow plate installed on my HHR. Does anybody know a good shop in the Charlotte NC area to have this done?
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Love our HHR - you made a good choice of toad. Sorry, but not able to help in NC. We did ours - be sure you have a few spare 'plastic clips' when you remove the front panels they may snap. Our selling dealer (in MD) gave us a few no charge in preparation for the DIY project. The running boards also make a really big difference in protecting the paint from 'road spray' of dirt and stones.
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Try calling Blue Ox for a recommended installer.
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Thanks for the tip on the clips, yes we luv our HHR and I been reading that it makes a good toad.
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