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Old 06-08-12, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default 806 dog-guard

Just bought a 2001 806. Intention is to remove the rear-most 2 seats to make more space for my 2008 chocolate labrador! I don't like the universal ones that rely on rubber cups at the top and bottom. Do Peugeot make a dedicated dog guard for this model, or does anyone out there have one - or knows where I can get one? Grateful for any help.
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Old 19-08-12, 09:39 PM   #2
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if you have a pets at home near you they do a dog guard that goes onto the head rest posts
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Old 20-08-12, 12:30 PM   #3
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Many thanks Skiddy75 - we do, and I'll check it out. Thanks again. Doesn't seem to be much out there for 806's/807's - Haynes don't even do a manual for them. I suppose there weren't enough of 'em imported for it to be worth the effort, maybe????
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Old 20-08-12, 01:13 PM   #4
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Go onto amazon and u can get a manual by peter russek \ pocket mechanic very basic but covers engine brakes transmission steering fuel systems and suspension . Nothing on interior or bodywork but it gets me through
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Try Russek Publications - Vehicle Manuals
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Old 20-08-12, 02:48 PM   #6
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Have you thought about a large breed dog cage to put in boot so can still have room in boot to put things and can take out if on holiday with dog I do with 6 year old german shepherd
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Old 20-08-12, 05:04 PM   #7
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That's an idea. Had (still have, until I manage to sell it) an Octavia that has a purpose-designed dog guard, which is excellent). If a cage is good enough for a German Shepherd, it should be good enough for a Chocolate Lab!! I'll look into that - many thanks.
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