Astravan envoy max tank size

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  1. Ads81

    Ads81 Member
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    Anyone shed any light on what would fit nicely into an astravan? Only tanks lol
     
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  2. A.K WINDOWS

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    Phoenix 325 compact I've got one it wud go in I'd say
     
  3. Ads81

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    Il look that up,any idea what they price at ?
     
  4. A.K WINDOWS

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    I paid just shy of a grand mate Wcw was thinking of buying a astravan sport van would be tidy set up not loads of room but would just about do it and the look nice
     
  5. daveyboy

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    I don't understand why you would pay so much for essentially a tank..pump..controller and reel
    A lot cheaper to do it yourself and not exactly rocket science
     
  6. High-tower

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    A 350l will go in...
     
  7. mark

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    agree with dave,measure the back & buy a baffled tank,(shureflo pump,controller etc)much cheaper.it depends whether you are diy minded,not everyone is
     
  8. Adams0211

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    Fair play to the guys who are DIY minded. I'm definitely not

    I think it's comes down to more than just cost though. If you buy a system from a supplier you're paying not only for the system but for the convenience, the warranty, the after sales support etc.


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  9. mark

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    the trouble with some of the suppliers NOT ALL, once they have sold and fitted a system they don't want to know if things go wrong.if you get a good supplier- fitter I can see it takes the time and stress of fitting it yourself
     
  10. Ads81

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    I am going to be fitting it out myself, like someone said its not rocket science (I hope!!) but thanks for all your posts, if anyone has a 350 going for sale, second hand ?? But then I also think is a second tank going to be ok, as in if who ever owned didn't use brilliant p/w ppm would it then be contaminated?? All new to me so ...if I'm over thinking it tell me
     
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