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Hi again

Need some advice on where to get a tube for the roof of my van.

will only be carrying some plastic conduit and some pvc capping.

I know that the rhino stuff costs the earth so what alternatives do people use and how much??

Can I use some materials to make it up myself to make it a cheaper option??

Any ideas appreciated.
 
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PAUL M

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I used to have a tube 3 metres on the roof of my old van ,i had it from vanguard based in bristol as i recall,wasnt cheap though cost about £230 ,it comes with mounting brackets and is lockable.
 
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Grae79

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get down to local plumbing/drainage merchants and buy some 4" waste and end caps, make ur own. :)
 
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Cirrus

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get down to local plumbing/drainage merchants and buy some 4" waste and end caps, make ur own. :)
But looks pikey and is not lockable. WILTS do one that is ace and costs £100.
 
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London Luke

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I think they look good ! but you would have to be crazy to leave copper on a van these days
 
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4x4 mark

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try ebay you can get most stuff on there i got a brand new megger 1552 still in sealed box for 400quid
 
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