You'll never get bogged on wet ground again.....

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  1. ponyboy

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    For Sale at Punta Braccetta, one lady owner (apparently)
    Also very handy for popping up to the local supermarket instead of having to unhook the leccy and drive the MH there. For those of you a bit nervous about our Italian cousins' driving skills, well who cares when you wade onto the strada on this cutie!!

    Just a one minor technical issues to sort out - Tow it or Stow it?





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    Fantastic Just what you need,enjoy your travels and have a Buon Natale to You's Regards AlfandM
     
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    OOOOOOOOOOOOO .... BIG power 'tools' ....... gimme, gimme, gimme!!!! :xgrin:
     
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    Haganap is selling an A frame!

    It might fit.............:xgrin:
     
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    a) how fast can you tow it on an A-frame (tracks whizzing round might be a little dodgy)????

    b) watch out for the loading on your rear axle if you used a trailer for it (or stored it in the m/h garage) :xlaugh:
     
  6. ponyboy

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    Rubberized tracks so in response to (a) no problem there but good point. You'd have to be crazy to tow it otherwise.
    In response to (b) the bucket is detachable and fits neatly on the bed.
     
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    You could use the bucket as a bath. Very convenient and easy to empty as well.
     
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    Great minds... and all that but no blooming plughole. Wouldn't mind only those teeth would come in dead handy for hanging towels on!!
     
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    I was thinking you would empty it like this, having got out first of course!
     
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    That's brilliant DBK, now where's me screwdriver, don't want the local Carabinieri Rozzers being able to trace my reg no back to the campsite after I "empty the bathwater" in town on Bath Night!!
     
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