Eifion's Peugeot 205 Van

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Re: Eifion's Peugeot 205 Van

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And another :rofl2: from me...

That's a cracking one Dan :D
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Awful innit! :D (sadly true as well really, I think 25 years is more than long enough to wait for free tax especially considering the state of the roads).
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While the makers of Ad Blue are definitely taking the p155, charging £10 for 5l (IIRC). The main ingredient is urea! If I could get a suitable filter (and I had a vehicle that needed Ad Blue) I would urinate through the filter into the specific tank. It would be a lot cheaper, and probably work just as well!
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I've heard of Americans trying to use moose pee as an alternative, although I think I'd rather pay for the real thing than go to the trouble of trying to work out which hose fitting to use to "harvest" a moose!
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\tfr is also very harsh to alloy of any type and seeps into seams attacking zinc coatings.....nasty stuff imho
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