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I was walking up a street on sunday (very rare) and a young guy in an MR2 was pulling a Jet Ski on a trailer.. proper tow bar and everything. He was sitting on 17's, lowered, it looked mental.

Might go looking for a 4 birth caravan now!!!! :P :P

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mr2 is a great car for towing as well! all weight on rear drice wheels, pull owt! you can get towbars where the 'end' (dunno proper name) can be taken off so it dont look as bad

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I bought a 5 man tent for me and Laura for the space!.. so a 4 berth must be like a castle for 2 peeps!

Where does the towbar fit as the engine is in the back?

engine is in the middle, i can only assume they attatche to the underside of the boot, where the heatshield is, or perhaps theres a place underneath the back bumper?

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But if you had a minor rear shunt with the towbar on it would destroy the underside of the car.

opposite if youve got a good attatchment point, makes your car more likely to survive, never tail a car with a tow bar

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youd be surprised what a good welder could make up! all he (or she :D ) needs is a strong point, next time you see this 2, get underneath and have a look

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Sorry guy's i must put an end to this now.

If you own an MR2 you do not under any circumstance have the need or desire for towing anything.

if you are thinking about it go and buy a volvo. - :help:

VERY VERY UN COOL - P.S there is one for sale on autotrader it's red with the un-holy tow bar.

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