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hi we've just received our wav vehicle, it's a peugeot partner tepee active 1.6 BlueHDi 100 S&S ETG 6 speed ERG in Kyanos Blue converted by Allied Mobility, it's got bluetooth, privacy glass and reviewing sensors
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Paul Ryan
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#2
Nice one Paul sounds like a nice motor hope you have many happy miles in her.
Are we there yet????? No we fecking ain`t  gggggrrrrrrr
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#3
if I remember I'll post a pictures tomorrow
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Paul Ryan
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#4
Piccies please! I find these conversions really interesting. They seem to be able to carve extra space out of the floor - do they remove/relocate the spare wheel and fuel tank?
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(15-03-2016, 09:49 AM)doofer Wrote:  Piccies please!  I find these conversions really interesting.  They seem to be able to carve extra space out of the floor - do they remove/relocate the spare wheel and fuel tank?

I too, would be interested to see some pics of you new WAV conversion.  I bought one 3 years ago from a company that has now ceased trading (Constables) and keep my eye out for conversions from other companies for when the time comes to replace my current car - see http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-4769.html

I my case, doofer, the spare wheel was an optional extra and is located vertically on the side of the boot.  Fuel tanks on these modified vehicles are often reduced in size due to the lowered floor.  In my case I think it has been reduced a bit - I've not gone right down to near empty to find out, but exactly half a tank indicated on the guage at about 48-50mpg = 200 miles, so can confortably do 350+ miles on on a tank.
2013 XTR 1.6 HDi 90

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#6
Hi our previous vehicle was from them, allied seem to have converted it well, we've got no spare wheel and I'm not sure about the fuel tank sorry
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Paul Ryan
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#7
as promised here's some pictures

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Paul Ryan
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#8
Thank's for the pics Paul it look's like a job very well done. Cool
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#9
Looks great. I'm starting to think I missed a trick when I bought - perhaps I should have got one of these conversions, as I could get even more stuff in the back of it.

That would be perfect for a motorbike or mountain bike.
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