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DrLex
 


Member Since: 15 Jul 2005
Location: Ciderspace [Oi be in Zummerset]
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Using theMulti-height Tow bar as an auxillary braking aid...

..is not such a good tip as those previously posted.

Just thought I'd share my frustration when I found that my LR cycle rack would not slot into the sockets on the towbar, due to one socket having been bent back against the side arm.

On asking my significant other if she remembered anything interesting about the last time she used Truckasaurus, to her credit she recalled reversing into a low wall. So much for the bleeping rear PDCs - not easy to hear over two children in full flow. Rolling Eyes

Unable to bend it back in situ, but then my wrecking bar doesn't exert 2 1/2 tonnes when I wield it. Off to see my mechanic friend tomorrow to get a couple of 24 spanners/wrenches prior to getting the lump hammer out.
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