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Ordering process 

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STANDARD Extendable/Detachable TOW-BAR 

A standard Extendable/Detachable tow-bar is manufactured with a mild steel frame specifically designed to be bolted to the chassis mounting points of the vehicle.

A towing arm then goes under the bumper to the centre of the vehicle where 50x50x4.5 square tubing is secured to the towbar frame and a 40x40 solid bar slides in. Attached to the solid bar is the towing ball bolting points and the electrical socket bolting points are secured to the square tubing.

the length of the solid bar will depend on the vehicles required adjustable sizes. The solid bar may be custom designed to have limited different adjustable lengths to the customers specifications.

The solid bar is held in place with a 16mm removable pin allowing for the solid bar, with the towing ball, to be removed at the customers convenience.

All standard products are manufactured using top quality mild steel and high tensile nuts and bolts, all finished off with a rust protecting primer undercoat and painted over with an industrial gloss enamel black paint.

(Computer harness wiring)

-please note that our products are SABS approved and will not affect your warranty on your vehicle-

Computer module wiring harness 

A computer module wiring harness is used on new model vehicles with an on-board computer system. The module ensures the safety of your vehicles on-board computer system in the case of a wiring malfunction to your trailer or bicycle carrier, by isolating the issue before it reaches the on-board computer. Without the module your vehicle runs the risk of a malfunction to the on-board computer system which then must be reset by an agent of your vehicles make.