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Terry Phillips
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Trek Bar Trailer

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I cant get to my trailer to measure hope someone has loaded a Trek trailer in the back of a early bay.Does it fit.
Thanks



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Re: Trek Bar Trailer

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HOWDY TERRY.

IT WILL NOT GO THROUGH THE BACK HATCH OR BE ABLE TO FIT ATOP THE ENGINE BAY HOWEVER, IF YOU REMOVE THE TREKBAR ITSELF, IT WILL FIT INTO THE SLIDING DOOR OPENING SIDEWAYS.......IE. IT IS 136CM WIDE WITH THE AXLE ON AND 100CM (1M) LONG AND STANDS 100CM (1M) HIGH.
YOU OBVIOUSY JUST TOSS THE TREKBAR IN WHEREVER YOU LIKE. IT ONLY HAS 2 BOLTS HOLDING IT ON.

GOOD LUCK
MARK

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Thanks Mark great help

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Terry Phillips wrote:
Wed Aug 14, 2019 5:22 pm
I cant get to my trailer to measure hope someone has loaded a Trek trailer in the back of a early bay.Does it fit.
Thanks
Terry ...Terry ... Terry... :roll:

Read the instruction manual..... :shock:
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The Trailer goes BEHIND the van .....not inside.... :wink:


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He he will need to if that makes it easier. :lol:

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Terry Phillips wrote:
Wed Aug 14, 2019 5:22 pm
I cant get to my trailer to measure hope someone has loaded a Trek trailer in the back of a early bay.Does it fit.
Thanks
Hi Terry

My first Tip-Tow trailer fitted easily in the back of my 1971 single cab, so I'm sure you can get it in the back of a bus if you remove the rear seats.
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Thanks Fig it is empty but was thinking of loading the trailer with all my crap once its in the back,as thinking of going to the Cape but with my back I cant drive so far so but want to get it transported there and fly down. Just a idea at this stage.

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Terry if you contact a few courier company's they maybe able to tow it down behind their truck/bakkie at a reasonable fee.

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Hi Terry, there are a few companies like Motorvia, Wat Swaai Jy, that will transport vehicles or the like at a fee.

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