What makes a good plasterers Van...

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plasjack

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Big enough for a board... Enough room for racking...
Enough room for beads...
Has to have 2 passenger seats...
 

Pug

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What Plasjack said. Except for the passenger seats. f**k having to put up with anyone else's farts.
 

Vincey

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Got 15 plate new shape vivaro lwb...had a swb before and couldn't get 8x 4s in back...that's one thing I wanted ...the best is in the cab for me..so nice it's like a car ...the middle seat folds down and is a desktop ..cup holders everywhere and storeage all over ...Bluetooth a must ...satnav in built ...reverse camera ...will do me for 5-10 years..before I bought it looked at transit and vw both were to much money for same as vauxhall and I hated the cab in vw
 
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Could you put 2car seats in a 3 seat van. Got 1 baby and mrs wants another straight away.
 
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I've had two baby seats in my transit

3 seats a must for me too then, been looking and there dont seem to be many. Apart from that a cd player so I can bang out me Bob Dylan.....easily pleased and blacked out windows so I can touch myself.
 

zolco

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Where the cupholders are.

Drove a citroen for few weeks. And cupholders were non existant. My transit has 4!!! So i can take my pick!
I got a relay, and as you say theres only one cupholder, not that I want to throw a party in it but a bit lame innit?
 

thebigfella

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I got a relay, and as you say theres only one cupholder, not that I want to throw a party in it but a bit lame innit?
I know the feeling I've tried to balance my cup in the side of the door a few times and spilt it but I love the size of the back so now I could throw a party in the back [emoji41]
 

A.plasterer

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Saw one in white the other day thought it looked the bollox so prob shoite mechanically.
 

mikeadams1985

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has to have minimum laod lenght of 3mtrs for cornice, tall enough to stand in the back.
comfy driving.

so vw crafter lwb won it for me
 

hail hail

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Got 15 plate new shape vivaro lwb...had a swb before and couldn't get 8x 4s in back...that's one thing I wanted ...the best is in the cab for me..so nice it's like a car ...the middle seat folds down and is a desktop ..cup holders everywhere and storeage all over ...Bluetooth a must ...satnav in built ...reverse camera ...will do me for 5-10 years..before I bought it looked at transit and vw both were to much money for same as vauxhall and I hated the cab in vw


I can get 8x4s into my transit connect so scratching my head here at why you couldn't get them in your van.
 

hail hail

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Cant see a 8 foot board going in a connect ???? Its a known fact they wudnt go ina short wheel old tranny etc ..... Unless u have a long wheel connect ???


Trust me, I've had 2 8x4 sheets of ply and 3 sheets of 8x4 plasterboard in it thou don't be letting the garda(Irish cops) know about it because I'd be f**k*d.
 

CTPlastering

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Haha well there you go not very practical, dont worry i think they are a member on here mate lol never mind , so if you say want 9 boards and dab etc and multi u could get it in ? ..... :)
 

roryston

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Depends on what.you do, my work is all domestics,

Small enough to park, big enough to carry a mixer tools and materals.

My combo does me fine, roof racks there if I'm using 8x4 sheets.

And I get 60mpgs, £10 gets me 100-110miles :D

So in essence I like good mpg and easy to use on a daily basis
 

CTPlastering

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Fine for little odd jobs every when you get decent sized u start to need a bigger van unless all the gear in delivered . But that doesnt always work lol i started with a kangoo like , was so much easier with the bigger van
 
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