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  1. CNS-southwest

    CNS-southwest Grand Master
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    Looking at vans and found a neat Renault kangoo for £1500 in mint condition, but no side door. Do you think I need a side door?? I'm trad and only just starting.

    I could fit a small tank near bulk head and then run a pipe to the rear doors an fit a tap to it....

    Is a side door needed at this stage? Also as a bonus it has alloys, roof rack and is very clean (which I'm really picky about as I think if your cleaning then your can is the first example of that lol)
     
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  2. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

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    Its no needed at all.
     
  3. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

    M.K Cleaners.co.uk Grand Master
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    If its a good as you say then it wont be for sale fgor long though. Are you planning on buying it in the next few days
     
  4. CNS-southwest

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    No I'm not, I was more generally asking that when it comes time, if there is one without a side door that's mint, do you think it will be ok,

    Is it just a case of lots of carefull planning for the layout
     
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    Careful with Kangoo's and fitting tanks.

    I needed to take mine to get it done professionally as underneath the fuel tank take up a large amount of space and so does paneling.
     
  6. CNS-southwest

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    I'm an ex mech so should be ok I hope lol
     
  7. harunh

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    i got a partner and their is no side door on my van mate.... never needed it.... to be honest with u.... ifi had a side door it would create much more problems for me lol
     
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    H I was thinking that as you'll loose that bit of space that would be needed to get in/out
     
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    Yeah if i had aside door it wouldnt be used anyway....

    u only need 1 door to use anyway :)
     
  10. CNS-southwest

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    Yer, might have a butchers at partners lol
     
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