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I am thinking of upgrading my Murvi motorhome from 3.5 t0 3.8 tonnes. I read a very good thread on the subject about 10 days ago but cannot find it again can anyone direct me to it.?


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I am thinking of upgrading my Murvi motorhome from 3.5 t0 3.8 tonnes. I read a very good thread on the subject about 10 days ago but cannot find it again can anyone direct me to it.?


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Just search for SV tech, you will get a choice of threads, choose one of the newer ones.
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I am thinking of upgrading my Murvi motorhome from 3.5 t0 3.8 tonnes. I read a very good thread on the subject about 10 days ago but cannot find it again can anyone direct me to it.?


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Try using Mr John Ruffles at JR Consultancy, Bury St Edmunds, email is [email protected] tel: 01359 250 808/01244 544598


He does exactly the same as SVTech and is half the price. It cost us £142 for our Fiat Ducato. It is only a paper exercise.
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As Kev said there are many threads on this subject.

In which you will find much miss-information and in-correct advice.

To upgrade the plated weight of a vehicle can only be a "paper exercise" if the base vehicle was manufactured to a specification that allows the desired weight increase.
Often a change to some items on the van will be necessary, often simply tyres.

What cannot be done without mechanical changes is to raise the weight rating beyond the manufacturers design, no matter who you use.
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Do the advanced search, but don't forget to set the dates of the threads as far back as you can.

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Try using Mr John Ruffles at JR Consultancy, Bury St Edmunds, email is [email protected] tel: 01359 250 808/01244 544598


He does exactly the same as SVTech and is half the price. It cost us £142 for our Fiat Ducato. It is only a paper exercise.
John had his email hacked and now uses
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had mine done by him too

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