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Fitting a tow bar/hitch to EA82 wagon

Tow bar towbar towhitch EA82

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#1 NickNakorn

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 04:16 PM

Hi all,

 

I've ordered a tow bar kit for my EA82 wagon from an e-bay seller and wondered if any of you had any tips concerning added strengthening of mounting points or the addition of triangulation to the standard kit. I'm not going to be pulling massive loads but will use it occasionally for transporting a lightened MG Midget - up to 700kg.

 

If i remember rightly, the bar on my other EA82 was triangulated with steel straps underneath but the car is 200 miles from where I am at present so I can't check. Any tips greatly received!

 

Cheers,

 

Nick






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