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  1. Lewis

    Lewis Guest

    I am on a budget so i am going to get the items i need as and when i can afford them aiming to start wfp in the summer first off i need a tank what size please
     
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  2. ALPINEYORKS

    ALPINEYORKS Active Member
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    lol expected to read about politcal issues when i read the ***le, i started off with a 250 litre flatbed tank, all depends on how much you are going to use it, if you have a small tank get a pump controller and a few water butts with submersive pump
     
  3. badbusdriver

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    If you are going wfp only, i would say at least 350l. I have a 500l system, and go through 3-400 of that most days. But if you already have a van, the size of tank you can fit will be at least partially dictated by your payload. For a 350l tank, you would want, at the very least a 600kg payload, and that would be for a 1 man set up.
     
  4. mark m

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    I agree min 350 lts
     
  5. James

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    I run a 500L tank In my connect, I guess it's up to you and as bbd said the payload too. You going full time or part time Lewis?


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  6. Lewis

    Lewis Guest

    Been a full time windy for 10 years just starting wfp
     
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