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Old 06-05-2018, 10:31 PM
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Default Re: Crashed conversion

On thanks I wouldn't want to attempt this myself. I can see that the conversion would have limitations if you were looking to run up to 44t for example. I am happy enough with its low gear pulling power on the tips it pulls well when laden even up to it's axles in mud. Obviously at 360 it's going to run out of steam on long hills but this was never going to be a trunker or anything like that.

I don't think it would have to be plated to 44t but am open to advice there.

Someone else flagged up the ABS question but again I'll have to consult with the body builders.

How would it get passed by dvsa? Is this something the body builders do.
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Old 06-05-2018, 11:32 PM
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Maybe these could help with paperwork side? http://www.svtech.co.uk
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