Rory White

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This gauge is simple to use and features a clear digital display. Being electronic, it is likely to be more accurate than standard spring-type models. The gauge fits the towball where the caravan towhitch is lowered on to it. The noseweight then appears on the LED screen. Using this device is so straightforward that you’ll be happy to use it every time you’re ready to hitch up.

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This gauge is simple to use and features a clear digital display. Being electronic, it is likely to be more accurate than standard spring-type models. The gauge fits the towball where the caravan towhitch is lowered on to it. The noseweight then appears on the LED screen. Using this device is so straightforward that you’ll be happy to use it every time you’re ready to hitch up.

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