Burstner

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  1. mpholl1

    mpholl1 Read Only Funster

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    Hi All ,We are Looking to buy a Burstner Nexxo T740 can anyone give any advice + or _ i would be gratefull.:Smile: Thanks Mick & Sue
     
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    Hi Mick and Sue, This is a very good make of m/h, and very nice to, but be aware of the unladen weight as this is a very long m/h 7.39m and may not have much payload???????????? as only plated at 3.5t gvw or mass, otherwise very nice m/h indeed, Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    Hi mpholl1

    we have a Nexxo t660 on a ford chassis, had it for 5 months now and can't fault it. the only thing we changed was the table-changed it for a small.:RollEyes:
     
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    The payload point is a good one. Our (2 feet or so shorter) 10 year old Burstner t625 Harmony has a payload of 510 Kg as against the 495 Kg of the Nexxo T729 (similar size to the T740).

    We had our van weighed earlier this year and we were legal but not a lot of slack depending on what we were carrying - and that's just for two of us. So, worth a check before spending.

    Otherwise we are very pleased with our van. One or two repairs have been necessary but it is 10 years old and designs have improved over the years.
     
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