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I can tow under 750 or a combined 3500


We've a quikchip 222 which hasn't been used for 5 years, all in working order.


Sold the other one recently and I expect the contractor that bought it will talk about it if you want. South east Surrey.


I think it weighs around a tonne

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Is the quick hip definately for sale? An who do I contact?


Yes, as I said we have already sold one, they have been surplus since most of our blokes can only tow 750kg behind a transit.


PM me for details but it will be within your budget including VAT.

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