Cargo Van Interesting van setup.

billg27

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Saw this van parked near my home. Thought it was an interesting idea. If you put a bed behind the front seats, swivels on the front seats and put a nice shelve above the bed for a TV and microwave it would work well. Hang curtains around the inside. You would be totally separated from the cargo area and have a smaller area to heat and cool.IMG_0365.JPG


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ntimevan

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Looks like Dual Rear wheels , so a Red Flag to me , but i like your thinking..

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BigStickJr

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Not a four door.
Assembled from a modified van ?
Possibly a wreck ?

I had a customizer put a rear seat that converted to a bed in a F350 4 door that I pulled a 53’ car haul trailer with. It was pretty nice.
 

BigStickJr

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Cheesy grin or not, I was recently called out for recommending such a dastardly criminal act.
Are you above the law or what ??
 

LDB

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It is interesting. If it were 9990GVW I wonder how much load capacity it would have fully equipped and properly scaled?
 

BigStickJr

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Scaled ?
At 9900 lbs ?
If one of you Van guys ever hit my vehicle I guarantee you there’d be an attempt to prove whatever you were hauling had you overweight on one axle or another.
And improperly secured. Both showing negligence on your part.
I’d have my lawyer pick apart your tie down install and equipment/practices.
So, pay your insurance, and avoid my vehicles.
And we’d work to prove you were probably fatigued.
Without proof you’ve been rested, probably easy to prove.

Not to antagonize, just to make you think about liability.
Thinking liability sure changed my operating practices.
 

Worn Out Manager

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Scaled ?
At 9900 lbs ?
If one of you Van guys ever hit my vehicle I guarantee you there’d be an attempt to prove whatever you were hauling had you overweight on one axle or another.
And improperly secured. Both showing negligence on your part.
I’d have my lawyer pick apart your tie down install and equipment/practices.
So, pay your insurance, and avoid my vehicles.
And we’d work to prove you were probably fatigued.
Without proof you’ve been rested, probably easy to prove.

Not to antagonize, just to make you think about liability.
Thinking liability sure changed my operating practices.
Fortunately we know that ALL vanners are properly insured, short, tall, white AND yellow

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BigStickJr

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Scaled ?
At 9900 lbs ?
If one of you Van guys ever hit my vehicle I guarantee you there’d be an attempt to prove whatever you were hauling had you overweight on one axle or another.
And improperly secured. Both showing negligence on your part.
I’d have my lawyer pick apart your tie down install and equipment/practices.
So, pay your insurance, and avoid my vehicles.
And we’d work to prove you were probably fatigued.
Without proof you’ve been rested, probably easy to prove.

Not to antagonize, just to make you think about liability.
Thinking liability sure changed my operating practices.
Fortunately we know that ALL vanners are properly insured, short, tall, white AND yellow

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I hope so.
I’d sure hate to walk out of court the new owner of a dozen dilapidated yellow vans.
 

scottm4211

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Scaled ?
At 9900 lbs ?
If one of you Van guys ever hit my vehicle I guarantee you there’d be an attempt to prove whatever you were hauling had you overweight on one axle or another.
And improperly secured. Both showing negligence on your part.
I’d have my lawyer pick apart your tie down install and equipment/practices.
So, pay your insurance, and avoid my vehicles.
And we’d work to prove you were probably fatigued.
Without proof you’ve been rested, probably easy to prove.

Not to antagonize, just to make you think about liability.
Thinking liability sure changed my operating practices.

I’d file a counter suit that you were posting here while driving.


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BigStickJr

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Your honor, please throw out this frivolous lawsuit as these cell phone records prove I was not changing towers anywhere near the time of the posts.
I don’t even post while my wife or girlfriend are driving.
If I’m in the car I pay attention to them, as any gentleman should do.
 

Ragman

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If I’m in the car I pay attention to them, as any gentleman should do.
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DollarSign

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I don't know if I would do that. Mainly the fuel mileage and its seems to be smaller place to sleep than my Sprinter.
 
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