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    #31
    Borry also take a look at DonksDad posts about the towbar on his demountable same problem of the rear well - long overhang - uses a standard towbar and a long extension.
    I seem to recall Ant saying once bracing the extension on the well is no different to a 60 Kg person jumping onto the well.
    I think you cannot consider towing a very big trailer or heavy load -
    Jon
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    https://smallromahome2oldies1largedog.blogspot.co.uk/

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      #32
      Originally posted by jayjay View Post

      I don't think you can fit a towbar to a C15, because of the overhang at the back of the vehicle - but someone will come along and correct me if I'm wrong!
      We have a towbar on ours, fitted by a previous owner, although we've not used it yet.
      'There is absolutely no difference between theory and practice. In theory.'

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        #33
        There was a metal rear step on my old Bedford Bambi which was fixed via a very substantial towbar fitting under the rear well. I fitted a towball to it but the Bambi wasn't powerful enough and had difficulty keeping up with the traffic without the extra load of a trailer, so I never used the towball in practice.

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