Van Data

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Just done a simple spreadsheet of the van data so that I can get the info quickly...

    Is there anything else that I should have included? van data.jpg
     
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  2. Boringfrog

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    Should be 5.5 bar not 55.
     
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    width including mirrors?
     
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    If I were doing a spreadsheet I would put down all the lightbulbs code nos.internal and external also the ref. for the various oils and fluids along with the vin no. for the van and if fitted all the security details /codes for the radio .(y)
     
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    I was hoping just to have something on the sun visor as a quick reference guide , low bridges, flat tyre etc..
     
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    Think I'd probably have my Registration on there :blush:
     
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    I hope so otherwise it is likely to be illegal! maximum width = 2.55 metres unless it is a fridge body in which case it is 2.6
     
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    MOT due date?
     
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    Better coming from you boringfrog he tends to ignore my posts. I think 55 bar would give a bit of a harsh ride.:)
     
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    Even 5.5 is too hard in my book, particularly on the front.

    Richard.
     
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    I was thinking that too. :)
     
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    There ya go, everyone happy now.........

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    Just doing as I am told..
     
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    Why do I need your van registration? :)
     
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    [QUOTE="ShiftZZ, post: 2054906, member: 1546
    Just doing as I am told..[/QUOTE]



    Spoken like a true (ex) Barclays' employee..............:whistle:



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    Probably the same reason as I would need YOUR credit card details :p
     
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    My understanding is that width has always been to the outer most part of the sheet metal. Mirrors are not included. But under EU regs for vehicles they have to fold 'into','up' or wherever & when folded be within the sheet metal width of the CoC of the vehicle. Here is a CpC showing relevant info ; 17-3 is where it is at.

    http://www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/training/part4/National_CPC_Mod17.pdf

    Can't locate relevant C & U link .
     
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    It'll shake your fillings out and rattle your eyeballs.
    That label is on all Ducato's and must be for the likes of builders (no offence meant @ianthebuilder) who will stack his white van up with bricks and cement and be on the bump stops.
    E-mail the tyre manufacturers with the axle weights and see what they advise.
    I'm sure it will be well under those pressures for the front although, if its Michelin, they will stick to those rear pressures just in case you overload the rear axle. (AKA watching their arses)

    Richard.
     
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