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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Fair View, Feb 24, 2016.

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  1. Fair View

    Fair View Newcomer
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    Thinking of getting a new van(new to me, not brand new) any suggestions on size, make?
     
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  2. CHWS

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    If I was to buy a van again and had the money I'd fancy an electric one, guy on here speaks well of them
     
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    Whatever suits your needs , personally im fine with the tiny Peugeot bipper , and im even wfp with vanmount 350 L tank . :thumbsup:
     
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    I'm trying to work out if a connect/berlingo size van is better because of insurance, tax and fuel or a transit size, bit more on running costs but more space. Although I hadn't considered electric I'll have a look at them now
     
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    Do you have any space left for a gutter vac or pressure washer for example
     
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    Caddy... Big enough for reach and wash, not high enough to be a pita loading ladders, and a bit of space left over for vacs or a small jet wash or whatever... And easy to manoeuvre/park... Or the smaller transit connect, as I think some of them have a higher payload...
     
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    I don't have these things aboard, but there is some fair space for my other gear . And a good space above the tank . My payload is 950 kg.
     
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    From my knowledge 1.9 caddy for absolute reliability, my partner used the same amount as my 2.0 vivaro I'm driving now
     
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    I quite fancied a bipper but couldn't work out how I'd fit anything in there so went with a transit connect. Have you got any pics of your setup?


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    Its from Night time but as you Can see theres good space for wfp and trad !
     
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