Fitting A Frame Around My Tank

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Does anyone know who can fit this for me its got to be bolted to the chassis I've heard but I'm useless at doing things like this as it has to be done properly , i haven't bought it yet but im looking to buy it beginning of january .
     
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  2. CNS-southwest

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    An fabricator workshop should be able to fit it for you :)
     
  3. Neil

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    Cheers mate will get on to a few in my area how much do u reckon they would charge?
     
  4. harunh

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    cns so i could just buy a frame and go to a fabricator workshop ?
     
  5. CNS-southwest

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    Yes H

    There is one next to my dad and they pretty much do anything of its metal related.
    To be honest fitting a dean isn't that hard.

    It's just a case of drilling holes trough the floor, treating the edges of said holes with a rust treatment followed by paint and then bolting it in.

    Or you could get them to weld it in, it might be cheaper lol.

    You only need to be careful about brake lines etc underneath, but if you measure carefull it should be fine

    I recon £50 ish!??
     
  6. Neil

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    Sweet will get someone on it . Cheers mate
     
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    No worries,

    Where r u based ??
     
  8. Neil

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    South croydon mate
     
  9. Belfastcleaning

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    I thought you had to have steel panels added on the under side of the van? Not just bolts and washers? Lol
     
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    Yes a steel or aluminum plate underneath would be recommended, was just saying the basics, more metal workers/engineers will have plenty of off cuts around
     
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