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woulda wfp pole fit in a corsa ?

harunh

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Would a wfp pole fit in the back of the van ? If i put it inbetween my seats and make it go out all the way to the back... i dont want it to be on my roof.... but i think it could fit in ?

Ill have a trolley system so ill be fine with a corsa Smiley Cheesy

what do you all think ? ?

An average pole is about 5ft isnt it ?

what other cars are their that are like vans ? No vans please i need a car so i can get insurance because i have a bad motoring conviction Sad lol

heres a photo of the cors am on about

its the latest modern shape

http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?q=vauxhall+corsa+van&um=1&hl=en&sa=N&biw=1920&bih=912&tbm=isch&tbnid=0zEGduldIDUdLM:&imgrefurl=http://www.carandvandealsdirect.co.uk/vauxhall-corsa-van-review&docid=zhngxkKVKL1F9M&imgurl=http://www.carandvandealsdirect.co.uk/gfx/vauxhall-corsavan-2.jpg&w=497&h=330&ei=Q2A_T_yYB4fb8AP7kdSKCA&zoom=1&iact=rc&dur=228&sig=107958797745582231582&page=1&tbnh=100&tbnw=150&start=0&ndsp=34&ved=0CJQBEK0DMBE&tx=39&ty=59

 

James

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I'm not sure if a pole would fit in there compacted. You would have to measure up and see.

Corsa's are quite small inside and my gardiner SLX 30 is about 4.7 compacted (I think). You will just have to find a pole to suit your needs. There's a pole called the Reach-iT Mini that might be perfect for you.

James.

 

Richard

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I have a Reach-it Mini; it is probably the smallest collapsed pole you can get for most 2nd floor windows and is very well made - good quality.

You can buy any pole and cut of a few inches from the bottom of the pole sections, or remove sections change the base cap and screw tip etc

Just remember whatever pole you get to add another several inches for the angle adapter and brush.

Richard

 

Posh

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Get a roof rack and some downpipe fix to the roof rack with bungees and slide your pole in. Make sure you block up one end and also your wet brush is not in your car it's dripping on your roof.

 

James

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Like Posh said I'd go with the roof rack option and downpipe fixed onto it. Much easier getting the pole in and out of jobs.

James.

 
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