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What is this loop under the bumper on this car?

Asked by ShiningToast (2101points) February 4th, 2010

Today I was driving and I saw a customized Honda, and it had this metal loop sticking out from under the bumper. I’ve seen a few around, and I’m curious to their purpose.

Sorry about the quality. Cell cameras, you know.

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njnyjobs's avatar

a tow hook/loop

liminal's avatar

Please say it wasn’t a honda civic.

Adagio's avatar

Well, I’m buggered if I know!

Kiev749's avatar

@liminal well that is what it looks like….

john65pennington's avatar

Actually, this loop is used in the factory, to pull the vehicle along, while different parts of the automobile are being installed. every heard of an assembly line?

ShiningToast's avatar

@PandoraBoxx, Yes that is exactly what it was. What exactly is it used for on a tuner?

@john65pennington Yes I have. I know that this part wasn’t stock, this was on a ricer and it had some sort of Japanese writing on it. I’m about 99.9999999% sure it’s aftermarket. Check out @PandoraBoxx ‘s post.

@liminal It was :).

susanc's avatar

Ahem. It’s the Honda’s sexual apparatus. It’s not supposed to be sticking out like that.
It’s supposed to be tucked in.

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