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Old 02-13-2017, 04:54 PM
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Old 02-13-2017, 06:31 PM
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Too bad it doesn't have that side escape door. GLWS
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Old 02-14-2017, 04:32 PM
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Too bad it doesn't have that side escape door. GLWS
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Old 02-14-2017, 08:30 PM
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I think an escape door can be nice to have, but a lot us get by without them.
I climb out of my window (gutted and caged Cayman) without much difficulty and am far from gymnastic.
And winches can be added easily.
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Old 02-14-2017, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by RickBetterley
I think an escape door can be nice to have, but a lot us get by without them.
I climb out of my window (gutted and caged Cayman) without much difficulty and am far from gymnastic.
And winches can be added easily.
Yep, me too! My e36 clears the fenders. My GT3 I did climb out the window.

Winch would be ideal though
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Old 02-14-2017, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by RickBetterley View Post
I think an escape door can be nice to have, but a lot us get by without them.
I climb out of my window (gutted and caged Cayman) without much difficulty and am far from gymnastic.
And winches can be added easily.
I bet the steering wheel has been removed prior and you are not worried about scratching up interior trim pieces.

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Yep, me too! My e36 clears the fenders. My GT3 I did climb out the window.

Winch would be ideal though
Have you tried the same with your GT4? Or was your GT3 equivalent in terms of size and seat?
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Old 02-14-2017, 10:07 PM
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Originally Posted by ExMB
Have you tried the same with your GT4? Or was your GT3 equivalent in terms of size and seat?
I haven't tried the GT4. The GT3 did have the sport buckets though
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Originally Posted by monochrom3 View Post
I haven't tried the GT4. The GT3 did have the sport buckets though
Might be an interesting exercise; GT4 w/LWBs vs GT3 w/SBs.
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Originally Posted by ExMB
I bet the steering wheel has been removed prior and you are not worried about scratching up interior trim pieces.Have you tried the same with your GT4? Or was your GT3 equivalent in terms of size and seat?
Correct, my wheel is removable and there are fewer interior bits to scratch.
I am only trying to make a point that the absence of an escape door doesn't mean a specific trailer is unacceptable. It may be for some buyers.
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I had a 20' Featherlite enclosed with a winch. The winch takes the hassle and worry out of loading your car. I was always worried driving my car on trailer. If you have mechanical problems you can still load your car by yourself. Winch is a small cost for great return.
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If this is still around when I find a new gig...
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