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Towing a Qpod 340

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Feb 17, 2018. 3 Replies

hi guys n galsi have just towed my Qpod for 3 hours at about 55 mph only to find my drive belt broke” it was in neutral” is there a speed limit to towing. Could the belt have engaged because of…Continue

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Posted on August 25, 2018 at 21:59 1 Comment

Hi guys n gals

well i screwed up again lost another belt towing I also managed to trap the front wheels while reversing my campervan so can any one tell me the settings for the front tracking 

many thanks in anticipation 


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At 21:04 on February 17, 2018, Alan said…

Glad to hear that Wayne.

I have some alloy hinges that I found to be perfect for the job, and I happen to have quite a few spare.  If you would like one, send me your name and address and I'll post one to you.

I cut a slot in one side of the hinge that slides over the gearstick, and pop riveted the other side to the plastic tub.  Worked a treat.


At 8:04 on February 17, 2018, Alan said…

Hi Wayne

Yes the nearside wheel gives you better access although you can do it with it still on.  Did you find the description of how to do it on the forum?  I think I sent you a folder but I'm not good with IT.




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