LPG Conversion

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RHINO79
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LPG Conversion

Post by RHINO79 »

can anyone recommend a lpg kit?
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Re: LPG Conversion

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RHINO79 wrote: Seen a few on net with switch between gas and petrol how would this work with manual fuel pump?

Any suggestions or advice appreciated

The very fact you have to ask would lead me to SERIOUSLY advise you to have it professionally done by the best in the business.

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Re: LPG Conversion

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does that mean you know or dont know is a perfectly logical question?

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Re: LPG Conversion

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gas sure,try them,I am saving up to get mine converted by them
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Re: LPG Conversion

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http://forum.club8090.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=3" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Try the above link. It is all you need to know.

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RHINO79
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Re: LPG Conversion

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cheers for that will look now

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Re: LPG Conversion

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RHINO79 wrote:does that mean you know or dont know is a perfectly logical question?

OK what I mean is that LPG isn't something to be messed about with by amateurs who don't fully understand the dual fuel system. Our van was converted a few years ago by Steve at Gasure and I certainly wouldn't start giving diy advice with such a critical installation.

Ian.
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