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  • towing car

    [QUOTE]candapack - 2014-07-04 6:11 PM Well I would say that if 1168 is the kerb weight of the car, and 1100 is the MTPLM of the van, and you have towed before, and Ford's Max. towing limit for the car is 1100 kg or more, you should be OK. Good luck and enjoy.[/QUOTE] Hello frd ! My Ford is...

    Posted: 29 Oct 2014

  • canvas front covers for a...

    Considering the possible damage an insecure or badly fitted front cover could inflict, is it really worth the risk??. aA coat of good quality wax would probably solve most of your problems.

    Posted: 28 Oct 2014

  • Caravan Awning - Pole verses...

    Only a personal observation from what I have seen on sites, is that the air filled pole versions tend to look a bit sad after a while, so I do not know how often you have to give an encouraging pump ! Following a thread on this (or maybe the CC forum), a poster said that in reality, using a pump...

    Posted: 28 Oct 2014

  • Weights again!

    In the November Caravan magazine is an article about the 'Towcar of the Year' as announced by Caravan Club. It's a Seat with kerbweight of 1415kg. Shown as tested towing a Bailey Pursuit, with a Kerb weight of 1374kg. which is 97% of the kerbweight of the Seat??? As the Caravan...

    Posted: 27 Oct 2014

  • Dometic RM8501 caravan fridge

    What is your main problem? It is in good condition buddy! However, part of the [url=]Affordable Care Act[/url] is the creation of “health care exchanges.” The exchanges will essentially be online marketplaces where people can shop for health insurance. The states...

    Posted: 27 Oct 2014

  • Dometic fridge

    Sounds like the Thermo Coupling or the burner unit or even the gas valve . Fridge burner lights up heats the Thermo Coupling which sends an electric current to the gas valve which opens to allow the gas flow.

    Posted: 26 Oct 2014

  • solar panels

    In order to begin to use solar energy at home, seek out locations that may be very easily changed. You might want to begin with small kitchen appliances, so you don't have lots of disruption with your daily routine. It is possible to turn slowly, which...

    Posted: 24 Oct 2014

  • Enduro Motor Mover

    You seem to have been sold a bit of a pup unfortunately hope you can eventually get it sorted these things are not cheap. I don't have to use one myself but if I needed to the one with caterpillar tracks that fits under the jockey wheel looks like it should work. John :-S

    Posted: 13 Oct 2014

  • Freedom Twinsport caravan

    I too have a Freedom, but its a 2013 sunseeker. I love our little van. I didn't like the seat covers, so am waiting for some to be made up in a real modern fabric. We have had no problems at all, and are enjoying lots of trips away. i would recommend them. Cosy, warm, easy to tow!

    Posted: 01 Oct 2014

  • What gadget can't you live...

    Hi newbe on here :-D , our gadget is a folding solar panel 120 wt cos we love British Caravan Club meets. And all other club meets and THS / ralies .

    Posted: 30 Sep 2014

  • Avondale Mayfly

    Pleased to hear you have managed to get replacement bits! It probably has years of life in it yet!

    Posted: 28 Sep 2014

  • Chateau Mobile owner in...

    Sounds fabulous, got any photos?

    Posted: 28 Sep 2014

  • 12v Socket Wiring

    Thank you very much for your information and links Derek. It has convinced me to connect the 12v/aerial socket direct to the battery. I've been and bought an in line blade fuse holder, now I've just got to pluck up the courage to drill a 2" dia hole in the wardrobe wall. It will be a case of...

    Posted: 26 Sep 2014

  • Tyre presure

    Thanks john, son in law managed to contact the dealer he bought it from and was advised  to run at 50 psi its a 1300kg caravan, but thank you for your response,safe journeys....

    Posted: 16 Aug 2014

  • buying hobby or fendt

    Anesta if you google and phone hobby uk who are in Derbyshire I am sure they will be able to answer your questions

    Posted: 14 Aug 2014


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