Weight / payload

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  1. mjltigger

    mjltigger Funster

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    Not bragging but on the ferry from Poole a couple of weeks ago our PVC tipped the scales at 2995kg

    With a 3500kg weight limit as on the stamp and the V5 that means I need to find another 500kg of stuff. Not a clue where to put it all :)
     
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    Roof Box. I was going to get a Lunar but there was nowhere to put anything but upwards then found there was not a lot of payload to put one on.
     
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    Don't ever complain that you have too much useable payload, you'll have a lot of members turning a nice shade of green :)
     
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    You might not be right though. I weighed mine and it was 620kg over, but it was the weighbridge not me van that was wrong. Yours might be the reverse situation
     
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    Its really easy to start to dislike someone you know :LOL::LOL:
     
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