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Forester72

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  • Location
    S Lancs
  • Interests
    Caravaning,walking,
    and holidays
  • Towcar
    Kia Sorento
  • Caravan
    Bailey Unicorn 1

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  1. Thanks for that. I will have a look.
  2. Can anyone tell me how to print out copies of the "Campsites near Autoroutes"? I have managed this in the past, but seem unable to do it now. If I select the sites near autoroutes window all I get is a list of the different satnavs. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. We have a tow cover for a Bailey Unicorn Cadiz which has the plastic panels similar to yours. The cover has clips which secure it to the bottom and sides plus a tensioning strap under the A frame. The covers are custom made for each model of caravan and are a good fit. Have words with the manufactures and examine their brochures I'm sure you will find one to suit.
  4. Forget lining up the second wheel and buy a different wheel lock such as Nemesis which does not require lining up.
  5. Found this by googling Pegasus Rimini, but it needs enlarging. https://www.manualslib.com/manual/794807/Bailey-Pegasus.html?page=12#manual
  6. ATMB:- Auto Routes Tunnel Montblanc. French Auto routes.
  7. How about Portsmouth- St Malo. It is then 732mls to Roses
  8. We had a Conway Countryman folding camper before we moved to a caravan. It was very versatile, easy to tow, and complete with kitchen, awning, and sun canopy. We changed to a caravan so that we get a longer season, and not be worried about damp canvas, and no central heating.
  9. How about something like this :-https://www. halfords. com/technology/car-audio/stereo-fitting-accessories/universal-iso-harness-adaptor-ct20uv02?cm_mmc=Google+PLA-_-Car+Audio-_-Stereo+Fitting+Accessories-_-581824&istCompanyId=b8708c57-7a02-4cf6-b2c0-dc36b54a327e&istItemId=-xrmpqrxxti&istBid=tzwt&_$ja=tsid:94971|cid:1537736295|agid:61505028387|tid:pla-331764450417|crid:291898456055|nw:g|rnd:11777647096531771450|dvc:c|adp:1o3|mt:|loc:9046526&gclid=CjwKCAiArK_fBRABEiwA0gOOc45Z3usjVoYl96uqcqiK9mIfvPEC-IrwSAO2uJVIuCP9ydebrpU6EhoCW9kQAvD_BwE I just googled car wiring harness socket.
  10. Have a look at the Thetford service instructions. There are several sections showing how to replace items. http://www. thetford. pl/serwis/naprawa_toalety/C250. pdf You may get some idea of how to correct your problem by removing the blade mechanism.
  11. I have just measured my Sorento which is a 67 plate. With the 2nd row of seats pushed forward, the dimensions are 1050mm wide x 900mm long. If your dog cage is tapered you could increase the length. We take out the 3rd row of seats to create a large well for camping gear and save 30kgs weight. Hope this helps. If you are still unsure visit a dealer and measure the boot with various seat configurations
  12. I bought two French cylinders years ago without any documentation. We use very little gas, as, with careful monitoring, the site electricity supplies generally provide all the cooking and lighting. I would suggest that you try a well-equipped site close to the channel on your first outing and get to know the ropes. You will find it very relaxing compared to driving in the UK and very rewarding.
  13. Personally, I would go for propane gas. It only needs a chilly night for a butane bottle to stop working, and then your morning "fry up" is doomed.
  14. Have a look at Archies camping website. it lists lots of campsites with their opening and closing dates close to the route you are using. As Edwin says, it is not necessary to book at this time of the year.
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