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TowBar
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My friend has a M59 Berlingo with TowBar fitted. Just out of curiosity would the TowBar if removed fit the newer shape Berlingo.
It's a B9 2016 Multispce 1.6 HDI ?
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Ian
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#2
No, they are built on completely dofferent designed bodyshells. i have fitted towbars on both, the B9 is a much bigger vehicle.

Peter
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#3
Thanks for the reply. The search goes on for a towbar for the B9
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#4
Try this . This fits mine B9
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124549033181?...1438.l2649
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(26-03-2022, 06:41 PM)OMG Wrote:  Try this . This fits mine B9
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124549033181?...1438.l2649

The van ones are exactly the same as the multispace but double check it's for an L1 van and not the L2 as it will be half a metre too long .
I went for a new Witter
Perfect fit 
Certified design
Nice new high tensile bolts.......
Worth the money.
It is on my to do list.
But not right at the top

2012 Hdi75 van
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(26-03-2022, 06:28 PM)killie77 Wrote:  Thanks for the reply. The search goes on for a towbar for the B9

pfjones?
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#7
I bought an Anchor one from Ebay for our B9, as said before just make sure it is for an L1.

They are one of the easiest towbars that I have fitted

I also used s bypass electric kit for the 7 pin socket, quite straightforward to wire up

Peter
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#8
Thanks for all the replies. Very informative. I went on to the eBay link, but that appears to be the L2 Van. I'm guessing I'm looking for the L1 ?
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#9
Lads on ebay just do a search

Peter
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#10
I had a Westfalia detachable swan-neck bar, with dedicated wiring kit fitted to mine. Costs a bunch more than DIY/fixed bar - but I wanted it done professionally and with the dedicated wiring kit rather than bypass relays etc. (included recoding so the car knows when a trailer is plugged in etc).

I'm sure you've already googled - there are plenty of options for supply/fitting including towsure, pfjones etc. I used a local(ish - north Wales) mobile specialist

Cheers.
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