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Techno100


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PostSubject: Omni bike lift   Sun 18 Nov 2012 - 17:36

I'm considering one of these for Robbie as I doubt we'll ever tow and I don't think it's simple to fit a towbar anyway as my maxi chassis ends were the garage pit begins.
Anyone got any negatives regarding this?
I'm looking at omnistor rather than fiamma as I've inherited a 4.5 metre omni awning and I'm impressed with the quality over the fiamma I have on my other van
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PostSubject: Re: Omni bike lift   Sun 18 Nov 2012 - 17:47

No do you want one?



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Actually I've just discovered that the Fiamma one has a superior payload and a bigger transition by 7cm


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PostSubject: Re: Omni bike lift   Sun 18 Nov 2012 - 17:54

Fiamma version
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PostSubject: Re: Omni bike lift   Sun 18 Nov 2012 - 18:15

My research is bringing fiamma to the fore
Good PDF on fitting and how it operates
Courtesy outdoor bits
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PostSubject: Re: Omni bike lift   Wed 29 May 2013 - 21:14

Pity you never got this chap to fit you a bike rack Andy, very well designed affraid

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