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    Hi guys

    Anyone know how easy it is to fit a Tow Bar yourself and how much am I looking at to buy one? Been offered a trailer for free but don't want it if the tow bar is stupid amounts to fit and buy.

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    hi daverip2003 yes they are pretty easy to put on just take the back box off and it sit above the exsaust mate i got mine for 120 pounds let us now how got on

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    Towsure £108 +wiring kit have a look at there web site

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    I paid a mobile company (Hedleys in Newcastle) £167.00 fitted with twin electrics as I'm one of those little loved caravanners.
    Saves all the hassle of rolling round under the car and you get a 2 yr warrenty.


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    I fitted mine to my SRI estate.Absolute doddle.The electric's are straight forward plug in.Bought towbar and electrics from Vauxhall for about £160.00 if i remember.I know it was not silly money for a quality towbar.I also tow a caravan.

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    [quote=daverip2003;677194]Hi guys

    Anyone know how easy it is to fit a Tow Bar yourself and how much am I looking at to buy one? Been offered a trailer for free but don't want it if the tow bar is stupid amounts to fit and buy.[/quote


    ive just taken a tow bar off my vec c and its now sitting in my back garden its only a couple of years old yours for £70
    VXR IS FOR LIFE NOT JUST FOR THRILLS !



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    i work for towequipe and fit towbars for a living, its probly one of the easyest bars i fit, theres only 4 bolts through the chassis, drop the exhaust off the hangers, and you have to remove some mastic from left side of boot floor. you do need to be careful with the electrics as it has bulb failure and multiplex wiring, so you will need either a plug in kit or a universal 7way bypass relay.

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