Internal Water bladder

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Internal Water bladder

Post by hugejp » 04 Jun 2017 20:47

http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/222470263179?r ... noapp=true



Found this on the Aussie site... opinions???
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Post by TijmenvdS » 04 Jun 2017 21:30

I would definitely install one, its a great idea to utilize alot of wasted space but that price is ridiculous.
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Post by hugejp » 04 Jun 2017 22:02

Maybe we get a prototype made? Even a rigid vessel made by Pioneer Plastics could be a plan... ??hey??
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Post by offroadbiker » 05 Jun 2017 06:58

If you are willing to settle for 20L bladders there is a way better option right here in the good old SA... plan is to see if I can get there next weekend.
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Post by Chris Skinner » 05 Jun 2017 15:08

That Aussie bladder is a great idea - I had a 60 litre tank in the vehicle on my last trip and it really chews up space!
Im sure it can be made for very little - costs not need to pay R2000+ !! Strong plastic and some plastic welding - anyone know about this stuff?
Can fit 2, one left one right. Left one can even have a small pipe around the exhaust to heat water as you drive with convection flow, for a lekker shower when you get to your destination :blonde:

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Re: Internal Water bladder

Post by Clem » 08 Feb 2018 07:56

Bloody hell, that's clever. Anything ever come of this initiative?

I wonder whether one can make one up. I suspect that it's not all *that* difficult.

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