A decent EA82 wagon came in to the yard, so I figured the easiest way to grab the axels and driveshafts out of it was to flip it over. Used the bumper on the front of my Loyale with a tire to protect the winch to move around a S-10 that was in the way, and a neon. Hooked my tow strap to the B=pillar on the drivers side, over the roof, and to the back of my car. Couple of low-range tugs, got the car on it's side. One extra and over onto the roof. Only one window broke, and it was because of a rock.
It was fun. Lots easier working on the drivetrain with the car upside down. Scored lots of good parts too.
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