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Water bladder

Postby Silverfox1111 on Tue, 13 Feb 2018 1:06 +0000

Gday all
Thinking of getting a 60L hanging water bladder to store drinking water in the hilux. Looks like a good place for the placement of the weight of it & it will be using wasted space behind (or in place of on long trips) the back seat.
Has anyone put one of these in? Looking at a "fleximate" brand, just not sure if it's too long.
292203898825 this is the ebay product number for it.
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Re: Water bladder

Postby NZMarkb on Tue, 13 Feb 2018 1:20 +0000

I've seen one of these on someone's build thread
viewtopic.php?f=8&t=9162&hilit=Flexitank&start=160
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Re: Water bladder

Postby Silverfox1111 on Tue, 13 Feb 2018 4:58 +0000

Thanks NZmarkb
Doesn't seem to be too popular in the n80.
Think I'll get in touch with fleximate & get a shortened version like one of the blokes has done.
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Re: Water bladder

Postby William_Foster on Tue, 13 Feb 2018 7:05 +0000

I have the Flexitank version in my 2013 dual-cab; it’s a brilliant use of space and would highly recommend getting one. I can’t comment on that brand though sorry as I haven’t heard about it before; Flexitank don’t produce them anymore. There is a brand on the web, Fleximake that also sell a similar tank for $231.
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