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Strathearn Engineering



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They are an aftermarket wiring harness, and ECU/Relay etc.

For genuine LR electrics, they are 225 + VAT

Post #139464 12th Apr 2012 11:44 am
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iain cooper



Member Since: 27 Aug 2007
Location: north of Glasgow
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Strathearn Engineering wrote:
They are an aftermarket wiring harness, and ECU/Relay etc.

For genuine LR electrics, they are 225 + VAT


thanks, it's something I've been considering having fitted for a while, I'll be in touch.

ps is there any bumper cutting required ?

Iain

Post #139465 12th Apr 2012 11:51 am
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Strathearn Engineering



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Yes, the bumper does require cutting, but there is a template supplied in the towbar fitting kit Wink

Post #139474 12th Apr 2012 1:14 pm
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iain cooper



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Strathearn Engineering wrote:
Yes, the bumper does require cutting, but there is a template supplied in the towbar fitting kit Wink


thanks for the info Strathearn

Iain

Post #139476 12th Apr 2012 1:27 pm
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athelstan



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Iain
If you select the Witter Detachable Swan Neck Towbar for the FL2 2006 > you do not have to cut the rear bumper. Many Freel2 member's have gone down this route and have reported that this is an excellent tow bar unit. When we get around to fitting a tow bar purely to mount a 3 or 4 cycle carrier then this is the direction we'll go. Thumbs Up

Post #139495 12th Apr 2012 8:07 pm
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ad210358



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Just don't get the genuine LR Detachable, also the same as Thule and Brink Evil or Very Mad

Post #139499 12th Apr 2012 9:05 pm
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iain cooper



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athelstan wrote:
Iain
If you select the Witter Detachable Swan Neck Towbar for the FL2 2006 > you do not have to cut the rear bumper. Many Freel2 member's have gone down this route and have reported that this is an excellent tow bar unit. When we get around to fitting a tow bar purely to mount a 3 or 4 cycle carrier then this is the direction we'll go. Thumbs Up


thanks athelstan, I'm sure Strathearn would supply and fit this for me when I decide to have it done.

Iain

Post #139529 13th Apr 2012 7:40 am
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iain cooper



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ad210358 wrote:
Just don't get the genuine LR Detachable, also the same as Thule and Brink Evil or Very Mad


thanks ad210358

Iain

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