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Old 09 March 2007, 09:34   #1
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Brink - Detachable tow bars

Does anyone have any experience of the Brink detachable towbars?

If so, how easy are they to attach / detach? do they feel secure when in place? Do you feel confident when towing with them?
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Does anyone have any experience of the Brink detachable towbars?

If so, how easy are they to attach / detach? do they feel secure when in place? Do you feel confident when towing with them?
Yep, had brink twice now and they are fine, once you get used to them, bit of a pain at first couple of attempts but after that no hassle. No better or worse than Witter detachable towbars, felt perfectly comfortable towing our twin axle caravan down to Devon.
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Had them on a few cars and found them to be great…
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Got one on my car at the mo and had on on the car before. I've fitted about 10-15 of them now, very good, reccommended
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Thanks guys - I think I'll go for one then, as I don't think a permanent towbar will go well with 17inch low profiles and twin exhaust!
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