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Old 05-18-2005, 08:27 AM   #1
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I spoke to a Honda Corporate Rep yesterday (5-17) and asked if the power-train of the Ridgeline truck will be redesigned to allow flat tow. He has no information that the engineers are planning a modification.
Well, next year a Colorado 4X4 will be on my shopping list. I'll have to hook-up with Vet Man in CT for a good deal!
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I spoke to a Honda Corporate Rep yesterday (5-17) and asked if the power-train of the Ridgeline truck will be redesigned to allow flat tow. He has no information that the engineers are planning a modification.
Well, next year a Colorado 4X4 will be on my shopping list. I'll have to hook-up with Vet Man in CT for a good deal!
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I looked at the Ridge Line as well and dealer contacted Honda and they said not 4 wheels down. Thought it might be ok because I now tow a CRV. Ridge Line was over $30,000 Vet Man
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