Originally Posted by codprawn
i didn't know they had a proper chassis any more - thought it was just a subframe???
I suspect most of these modern offroaders are going to be the same. That's why I always say you NEED a proper chassis and beam axles. Imagine using a KERR on a stupid screw in towing eye!!!
It could be the fault of the towbar maker as well if the "chassis" is only buckled at the one point.
As a matter of interest what exactly was he towing and how offroad was it???
He races offroad quads all over the country,has a large trailer with a number of different quads for different set ups.
The total is over 1000kgs.
All depends where the pits are set up, could just be a beach race or could be up mountains.
He just traded a new Disco 3 to get the RRS, The Disco had to be replaced after 6 months electrical problems,
He didnt rate the D3 at all, he said prefered his old D2.