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Old March 7th 04, 06:16 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Steven Mann
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is a peugeot partner capable of towing a caravan if so any suggestions on
what to buy


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Old March 7th 04, 07:45 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Steven Mann posted ...

is a peugeot partner capable of towing a caravan


Yes.

if so any suggestions on what to buy


A small one ..

How can anyone recommend anything based on what you're towing it with ? How
many berths do you need ? How much money have you to spend ? Do you want
full-spec or basic, hot water, heating system inside and in awning, inside
toilet ?????

There are loads of things to think of first ..

--
Paul

(8(|) Homer rocks ..


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Old March 7th 04, 09:01 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Steven Mann
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Default peugeot partner

14 FT 3BERTH UP ABOUT 1000
"Paul - xxx" wrote in message
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Steven Mann posted ...

is a peugeot partner capable of towing a caravan


Yes.

if so any suggestions on what to buy


A small one ..

How can anyone recommend anything based on what you're towing it with ?

How
many berths do you need ? How much money have you to spend ? Do you want
full-spec or basic, hot water, heating system inside and in awning, inside
toilet ?????

There are loads of things to think of first ..

--
Paul

(8(|) Homer rocks ..




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Old March 7th 04, 11:59 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
The Boss
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Default peugeot partner

In article , sm007e6986
@blueyonder.co.uk says...
14 FT 3BERTH UP ABOUT 1000
"Paul - xxx" wrote in message
...
Steven Mann posted ...

is a peugeot partner capable of towing a caravan


Yes.

if so any suggestions on what to buy


A small one ..

How can anyone recommend anything based on what you're towing it with ?

How
many berths do you need ? How much money have you to spend ? Do you want
full-spec or basic, hot water, heating system inside and in awning, inside
toilet ?????

There are loads of things to think of first ..

--
Paul

(8(|) Homer rocks ..





Is this a petrol or diesel Partner?
The 1.4 petrol will struggle with a van, the 1.6 should be OK and the
1.9 diesel should manage well, if a little slowly
The kerbweight of the Partner is sufficient to tow a van like you
suggest, because a sub-1000 van will be quite elderly, and probably
won't have things like hot water or a built-in loo.
You need to find a van with a maximum weight of 85% (or less) of the
car's kerbweight.I can't tell you what that is,because the Partner isn't
listed on Carfolio.com, where I get my kerbweight info from.
Regards,
MadNurseGaz
aka
The Boss

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