Originally Posted by Staci in Kansas
I am wanting to tow my 1983 PERRIS Pacer
400 miles to get it painted by my brother.
However, we have completely removed all windows
in prep for the painting
Will this risk the integrity of the "egg" towing that far without the windows?
Thanks for any advice!!
Still a. newbie at this fiberglass thing - ha.
If the molded furniture is in place then you should be just fine. In fact that would be much better than if the furniture were gone and the windows and door were in place it would be more risky.
I towed a Scamp13 without an interior, it was a pillar of jello and I had to tie the door shut but it suffered no harm over 600miles.
If you tow it a couple miles and see a problem then you might build a frame +- 6ftX6Ft and place it upright inside and tie it off for support.
This is not likely necessary. These trailers can flex a lot, just don't autocross it to the paint
Do you have that big window on the left? You could place a 1X2 vertically in the middle and put a couple of screws through the shell from outside for transport . The tiny holes can be filled in the paint
Are you taking the windows and door to install at the paint