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  1. hiya do u no off any good caravan shops locally as i need a window for my elddis wisp . the shop in hitchin cant get us one so is there any caravan breakers that u no off who i could visit many thanks ian

  2. We stock 3" Dia. for 50p and 1. 5" Dia. 50p a pair or a 2 foot Dia. without yellow as you described for £15 A small P&P will apply depending on quantities !
  3. Well it's now been over a year, Have they faded like some people on here insist will happen ???
  4. Great Idea . . . . send the burglers round to the neigbours house, instead of yours . . .
  5. What a brillient idea, it's got be something that will make a lot of potential buyers look more closely at thier range. If they could match the colour of the towing vehicle as well, i'm sure there will be an even greater uptake. ?
  6. As a producer of a Caravan Related Online Show myself, I Know only too well just how much work you have put into producing the Caravan Channel on a regular basis over the years, many hours of research and development, filming and editing to bring a show to the Caravanning Community, and all for FREE - . . . . . and for that, i take my hat off to you ! No matter what people say, without Chris running the Caravan Channel, it will never be the same - Sadly, and end of an era ! Best wishes Lee Jones
  7. Exactly, just clean and move it on a good day ! and don't ask Michael Fish for the weather forcast !!!
  8. I personally wouldn't consider doing it, as apart from the lighting and legal aspect, there are too many parts to get caught up, dangling straps etc . . . . If things can go wrong they usually do, and sometimes things happen you never even think of ! not worth the risk
  9. In nearly every case, when we carry out any work on a caravan, due care and diligence should be applied, as any type of accident, minor or fatal could occur when different and sometimes uncontrollable factors come in to play, which is obviously the case here. Using the correct tools and lifting equipment is vital. If all things are equal and everything is working as it should, the problem of a caravan rolling off a suitable jack/axle stands or even the winter wheels themselves would never happen. Having said that, it's good that the OP has highlighted and brought to
  10. A lot of you have asked for the video - so here it is ! - Click Here
  11. Thanks for your order - cannot work out on here who you really are, but thanks anyway ! If it stops raining tomorrow, i should get some time to do some filming removing the old one and show a number of different ways of applying them perfectly first time.
  12. Have had a few emails/messages today about this, so i thought it best to tell everyone here. For all those who ordered replacement LPG Stickers over the last few days, Yes they are in stock, and ready for dispatch immediately and will be sent out in the post - First Class tomorrow. Also, if your not sure how to remove the old one's (or what ever is left of them) and how to apply them correctly and straight first time without bubbles, let me know and i'll put together a short demo video on the site.
  13. This morning I stuck 3 of our LPG Stickers on our workshop window with the date to test just how long they will last in direct sunlight Unfortunately, I think it's going to be a long wait ! From left to right standard Gloss Vinyl - Printed with ink standard Matt Vinyl - Printed with ink Gloss Cut vinyl - self coloured
  14. I guess all the caravan manufacturers must think LPG Stickers improve the look of the front lockers then ? . . . LOL
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