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Towing weights
#1
Hey guys, im trying to find the towing weights of my mk2 1.6 hdi berlingo van can't find the owners manual. Thanks
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#2
Google ????
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#3
Towing weight?

http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/ind...811AA6ImST

Or you could check your car's registration papers. May be listed there, too.
(It does on the papers we get here in Norway.)
In fact, our 'DMV' has iOS and Android apps where you input license plates of the car and trailer and which then tells you if it's OK and which codes you need to have in your drivers license to be able to do it legally.
(IKEA here in Norway use it every time anyone wants to borrow one of their trailers)
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#4
You shop there? After five minutes in their stuporstore here, I get an itchy trigger finger.
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(21-06-2013, 11:33 AM)Gadgetman Wrote:  Towing weight?

http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/ind...811AA6ImST

Or you could check your car's registration papers. May be listed there, too.
(It does on the papers we get here in Norway.)
In fact, our 'DMV' has iOS and Android apps where you input license plates of the car and trailer and which then tells you if it's OK and which codes you need to have in your drivers license to be able to do it legally.
(IKEA here in Norway use it every time anyone wants to borrow one of their trailers)
IKEA let you borrow trailers ? Good call.
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#6
Of course they do.
How else can the fools who don't drive Berlingos bring their purchases home?
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(21-06-2013, 01:33 PM)Gadgetman Wrote:  Of course they do.
How else can the fools who don't drive Berlingos bring their purchases home?

The amount of times I've sat with an icecream watching the fools trying to get a wardrobe in a tiny car, ponderering whether to offer to take it home for them for a fee :thumbsup:
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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#8
total train weight should be on a fixed plate somewhere on the chassis
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#9
I think it might be on plate thats visible when you open the drivers door.
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#10
Try the link below.
Although the calculation uses the MAM (Maximum Authorised Mass), which is listed on the V5, but it isn't, not on my V5, which is 2yrs old (the V5; not the vehicle), but may be on yours?
Hope that makes no sense to everyone. Confusedillyme:

http://www.caravantalk.co.uk/caravan-adv...ur-caravan
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