A hypothetical scenario:
Another person has edited an answer of mine.
I don't deeply agree with how it looks now, and collaboration through comments and edits did not bring such a state that I would accept. I don't want my name to be associated with it.
But I still recognize and respect the contribution of the editor: they went to such a length in efforts to bring new info that I haven't gone to and would not have. (Say, it's about installing packages and verifying how they install and whether/how they work.)
At this point, deleting the answer would ruin their effort and sacrifice, and also deprive the community of both of our findings.
For such a case, is there a possibility to remove me, as the author of the answer? Furthermore, in such a way that would also protect my reputation against potential future downvotes on that answer?
Can I, the author of that answer, with my relatively low reputation, execute this mechanism?
If not, is there a recommended policy to follow in such cases?