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trevor peacock

Getting my van soon, like to keep it tidy!!

What's the best way/ brackets to secure my poles ?

I've got a fixed hosereel which I'll bolt to the bottom of the van, I've also got a reel on wheels which I'll use mostly out of the van as it's easy to point in the right direction so I need a fixing for when it's in the van which is quick release, advice please.

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AGlassAct

Depends what van you are getting, if it's big enough you could just fit some guttering to the roof 'webs'. I mounted mine on lined Munson brackets so I could adjust the height from the roof - cost a bit more (around £60 I think) but the two soil pipes are in the exact position I want them. Others I have seen have used standard hose hooks you get in B&Q

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trevor peacock

I'm getting a vw caddy c20 so quite small

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AGlassAct

Mines a combo - I cut holes in the bulkhead, which is metal, and fed the soil pipe through into the 'cockpit'. I can now fit any gardiner SLX pole in my van.

 

 

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