RR L322 Tank options.

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RR L322 Tank options.

#1 Post by mondeoman » Tue Sep 09, 2014 1:51 pm

As bove really, would appreciate advice as to what tank options are available and what the maximum capacities are.

I have earmarked one of these as the next car but ... as detailed in general chat concerns over local lpg availability mean that continuing to use LPG might only be possible if I can really rack up the tank capacity and reduce the number of top ups needed.
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#2 Post by classicswede » Tue Sep 09, 2014 5:13 pm

95ltr spare wheel tank is the normal one to go for
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#3 Post by mondeoman » Tue Sep 09, 2014 7:20 pm

That should give me a better range than I get from the 50l (liquid) tank in the CR-v. How does that work with the air suspension pump which fits inside the spare wheel?
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#4 Post by classicswede » Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:15 pm

you need to re locate the pump. There is a kit for doing that
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#5 Post by rich r » Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:53 am

The man in front of me at the LPG pump last week had a Range Rover with a 95 litre tank. I know this because I spent a good percentage of my lunchtime waiting for it to fill. I'd hate to have to fill that at one of those pumps that's particularly slow on a wet and windy day.
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#6 Post by classicswede » Wed Sep 10, 2014 11:45 am

I've done motor homes with 3 x 230ltr tanks! You have to in a few times to pay as most pumps stop on 100lts
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#7 Post by LPGC » Wed Sep 10, 2014 12:34 pm

classicswede wrote:I've done motor homes with 3 x 230ltr tanks! You have to in a few times to pay as most pumps stop on 100lts
Me too mate.. Bitter sweet feeling when putting that much gas in! Bit like when you're at Tesco and the checkout girl says 'That's £250 please and you've saved £4.45 with our money saving offers'. I always say 'Funny, it feels more like I've spent £250 than like I've saved £4.45!'. In the case of LPG, spending that much on fuel, at least you know it would have cost you more like £500 on petrol so by choosing LPG you've saved more like £250 instead of £4.45... :lol:

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