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Don`t get an AUDI, WESTFALIA detachable tow bar, Short life no back-up
service, No means of repair
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From: Ludwig Van Beethoven
Subject: which tow bar detachable
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 22:33:04 +0100
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On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 10:34:34 +0000 (UTC), "malcolm"
Which is the tow bar most suitable for a Audi A4 TDI Avant need a twin
socket and preferable detachable tow hook. I am towing a three year old
french Fluret 45 pop up caravan quite light. . Would like to also
a anti snake device and stabalizer .
I have the 13 pin socket split on to a double adapter, possibly now is
time to put on to the new car as we will be keeping the audi about three
all advice appreciated
I have an Audi A4 saloon fitted with a Witter detachable towbar. My
caravan has an old type hitch that rotates 360 degrees. Firstly a lot
of modern stabilisers aren't compatible with removable towbars and the
other type of stabilisers aren't compatible with hitch attachments
that rotate 360 degrees. Apologies if that is incoherent coz I I am a
little... hic... worse for wear, but be verry careful or you'll finish
up like I did paying through the nose for a top notch towbar that you
can't buy a decent stabiliser for.