Westfalia Towbar

CBS Automotivein Cambridge supply and install Westfalia Towbars. Westfalia is one of the world's leading manufacturers of towbars and vehicle wiring kits. They have been a leader in towbar design and manufacture for over 80 years.
Westfalia towbars have been developed in conjunction with many of the world's leading motor vehicle names to ensure they integrate exactly with a vehicle.

Westfalia have three main types of towbar:

Automatic Quick Release

When removed the installation is almost invisible - apart from a small cut-out in the bumper - to allow tow-bar installation. With a few simple steps the towbar can be installed and removed.

Retractable Towbar

This can either be an electrically or manually operated device. The towbar swivels underneath the bumper to lock into positon for use. Neither the wiring harness or towbar can be seen when they are in the retracted position.

Fixed Towbars

These fall into two main arrangements - the swan-neck: the most common type - whereby the towball and neck are a single piece or the flange ball. Widely used in the UK some years ago and less popular due to the introduction of modern stabilisers.

To talk to us about your Westfalia towbar installation either call or email us.

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