Peugeot partner help

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  1. best

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    i am looking to buy a peugeot partner and want to securely bolt a 350l tank in the van.
    has any one done this in a peugeot partner. any pictures, were do i drill and bolt, any other suggestions on how to fix in this van.
     
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  2. scotty_boy

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    i have a 250ltr tanks ratchet strapped to the bulkhead been in for 3 years never moved
     
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    I would advise you get the biggest van you can get also the biggest tank for the payload as when you get busy with wfp work it soon goes.
     
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    If you bolt it to the floor don't You need to find the cental balance point of the van or is 350ltr to small to worry about that as I'm sure they do this with the 1000ltr tanks
     
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    You are correct, but again its less critical for a higher payload model with a smaller tank.
     
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    Think I'll just strap mine down when I get my van sorted and also use my pump in a box, I sometimes climb up in the peak district and sleeping in the van now and then sounds cool :)
     
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    I took out the 6 load d rings, put 2 bars down the van and used the existing holes to hold the bars in place, from there I welded a frame in place. Works a treat
     
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    #8 best, Feb 18, 2015
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    there seems a lot going on there
     
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