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Jez

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I used a SWB transit to move out from my parents, i could only fit one 3 seater in there, with a small gap down the side for stuff. The sofa used practically the whole van.

You will need the biggest you can find, unless you could perhaps put the chairs upside down on top of the sofa? :(
 
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i could put the chairs upside down but i don't really have a problem making a couple of trips if i have to, just moving it from my parents house to my house.
 
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I a SWB transit I've recently shifted:

1) A pair of two-seater sofa's, I doubt you could get another bit of furniture in.

2) A three seater sofa and a 1.5 seater chair. Could have got another chair in if there was one.
 
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i don't know, i'll be picking it up in the morning, i've been looking around but have struggled to find the specs for older models. As it's a hire company i'd be suprised if it's anymore than 3 years old.
 
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Baxter said:
i don't know, i'll be picking it up in the morning, i've been looking around but have struggled to find the specs for older models. As it's a hire company i'd be suprised if it's anymore than 3 years old.

Might not even by a Ford Transit. Most companies use that as a generic term for that size van.

My last two 'Transits' have been a Fiat and a VW.
 
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