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#195485 21-Apr-2016 14:15
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Hi All,


I've been thinking for a while about getting a towbar installed on our car.


Can anyone recommend a Wellington installer? Car is a 2012 Holden Cruze Hatch, towing capacity rated at 1200kgs.


I won't be using the Holden dealer, as they are quoting $1,200.00.


I know that Towbar express on Wakefield St have come up on TreatMe on a semi regular basis for around $295, but for my make and model there is any additional wiring charge of $115.

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  #1537508 21-Apr-2016 14:39
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There is a place in petone or lower hutt, not sure what it is called, but a lot of dealers take their cars to it to put on towbars. Think it is about $400-500 for an suv but may depend on the model.

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  #1537510 21-Apr-2016 14:42
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Eastcoast Bars in Petone are very good





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  #1537526 21-Apr-2016 15:03
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Eastcoast Bars in Petone are very good





Yes that is the one I used. Couldn't recall the name, but that is definitely it. 

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