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  1. Hammie

    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    I am thinking about buying an ffb tabbert 560 or 660 classic the small one with circular seating at the back. Can anybody tell me how much a catalytic converter would cost to put on this type? Do you need it for France and Spain? I know it is needed for German cities.
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  2. Momo

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    Hi Hammie and welcome to the Fun! (y):welc:

    Afraid can't answer your question but one of the experts will be along soon! :smiley:
     
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    Welcome,

    Alan + Diane,
     
  4. Bertie Bassett

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    Exactly what Momo said from a newbie like you. Very helpful people on here, enjoy.
     
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    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    thanks that was quick ha ha
     
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    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    third retirement that is impressive|
     
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    Hello Welcome :welc:
     
  8. Hammie

    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    erm also wondering if it will need two more seatbelts fitting in the back and how much that will cost me might as well get a proper idea of the price.
     
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    Only because I'm not very good at the 'financial' part of planning for retirement Hammie!
     
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    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    thanks Carol was just looking at some posts by you. Terrible about poor Callum isnt it
     
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    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    ha ha Bertie hope it works better this time for you
     
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    Hammie Funster Life Member

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    all this research all day has plum tuckered me out off to bed nite nite.
     
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    Not as much as Mrs Bertie! (y)
     
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    I would guess that adding a cat won't help. Most cities' emissions regulations refer to the Euro 4/5/6 standards most of which can't be met by retro-fitting. Certainly fitment of a cat can't be done on pre-common rail engines. It is possible to fit a particulate filter which can (or could) allow use in certain cities.

    Incidentally my last van was a FFB 570 with front lounge.
     
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    I doubt if the chassis extension on that vehicle is substantial enough to allow fitment - there's very little metal under there.
     
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    I'm not sure that you will be able to fit extra seat belts. You'd need to check that out very carefully.
     

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