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Old 09-29-2006, 02:49 PM   #11
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Those trunk mounted tails actually do take a beating.
I was hit by a jeep in my old 92 SE. The jeep was supposedly doing 40+ mph at impact, causing both quarter panels to buckle, jammed both rear doors shut, and locked the spare tire in place. The jeep never actually hit the bumper..... went right over and hit the quarter mounted tails and the trunk.
I was really surprised the trunk mounted tails weren't damaged. Not even one mounting studs was broken from them.
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