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  1. B42 OLD

    B42 OLD

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    hi all:Smile:, ive just bought a 1997 peugeot boxer drifter 460, does any1 know the unladen weight or how much weight im allowed to carry? thank you::bigsmile:
     
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    Only way is to take it to a weighbridge, as the published weights are often miles out (and not usually in your favour)
    Put all your stuff in, wegh it and then take some of it out to get it below the MGW:roflmto:
     
  3. B42 OLD

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    r u allowed 2 use any weigh bridge
     
  4. Jaws

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    Yes.. all weigh bridges are SUPPOSED to conform.
    I use the council one and used to use one at a scrappy
     
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    Is there a charge for using a public weighbridge ?
     
  6. nucs200

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    ia stab in the dark here is that u dom
     
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    weight bridge charge

    £6-00 around my way (Hemel Hempstead) and they would not weight each axle. Whole vehicle or nought.
    :Sad:
     
  8. B42 OLD

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    did the burntwood give it away
     
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    ::bigsmile:
     
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    no it was the b42 :Cool: and the cold
     
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    Your vehicle will have a plate on it somewhere that states the MAX gross weight ( or whatever fancy name they call it now).. It may also be stated on your V5 log book.
    So you need to get to a weighbridge and see where your at..

    Burntwood. !! Another local...:thumb:
     
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