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  • GM Van (2010) Crash Test Video , Baker roof mount long range tanks

    A little dated (2010) that van sure takes a beating. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQmtuucgF1w
    Last edited by Lakewood90712; 02-10-2013, 05:46 PM. Reason: Typo

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    Re: GM Van (2010) Crash Test Video , Baker roof mount long range tanks

    looks like a good place to put the tanks. and it looks like a ladder rack and when I think about it you very seldom see the ladder racks knocked off a van or a pick up in a wreck and lots of people carry thousands of pounds on them and if tied right it stays attached. it would also keep the tanks from taking a hit in a wreck just need a roll bar in case of rollover

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      Re: GM Van (2010) Crash Test Video , Baker roof mount long range tanks

      bakers XLR roof mount . what do you think of a pickup truck cap somewhat like that . so you can free up bed space ..
      http://www.bakerequipment.net/xlr-roof-top-for-van.html
      Last edited by andrew c; 02-12-2013, 07:17 AM.

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        Re: GM Van (2010) Crash Test Video , Baker roof mount long range tanks

        I like it! I wouldn't be surprised to see companies like AT&T eying this setup. Up to 42 GGE would give a range advantage that could only be matched by bifuel vehicles, so this could be a game changer for some applications.
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          Re: GM Van (2010) Crash Test Video , Baker roof mount long range tanks

          Great option for existing vans that have expiring tanks. Their brochure says retrofits for existing vans is available.

          http://bakerxcountrycngvan.blogspot....re-page-1.html

          Contact is Ronn Jones
          800-446-2610 ext 6870

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