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nutrunner

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About nutrunner

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  • Birthday February 6

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    merseyside
  • Interests
    im happily married a liverpool fc fan and boxing nut
  • Towcar
    2004 volvo v50se
  • Caravan
    93 swift corniche 12/2 2berth

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  1. hope so, im still alive and kicking and £60 better off, will have to patient my design only joking
  2. Urn & tony thats right, supprised i got so many negative posts about making my own
  3. thats right i also have 2 aquarolls,not the 40ltr, the smaller ones . i only use the momemade on seviced pitches where i have water close to the van
  4. thanks digger im still alive, i dont drink water out of the container i also purge the water butt and pipe after every trip and before going away, and its saved me about £60 got the contair free and the inlet water valve £7 from B&Q why pay these silly prices for accesories when u can make your own
  5. go to your local caravan dealers and tell them the brand & model of your van and if u have it the age they will tell u the right water pump for it, u can also get them of ebay
  6. hope this helps To connect mains from your house you need a mains adaptor. This has a normal 13Amp plug on one end and at the other a Blue waterproof connector.:- Here is one on ebay, but they are available anywhere:- http://www. ebay. co. uk/itm/MAINS-HOOK-UP-LEAD-ADAPT-IT-CONVERSION-CAMPING-CARAVAN-ACCESSORIES-/370601226602?pt=UK_Campervan_Caravan_Accessories&hash=item56498df16a#ht_396wt_1101 For the water, Ideally you should have a aquaroll, but if you just want to test it then any deep bucket will suffice. The hose with the two rubber pipes is what you need to submerse in the buc
  7. hope this helps To connect mains from your house you need a mains adaptor. This has a normal 13Amp plug on one end and at the other a Blue waterproof connector.:- Here is one on ebay, but they are available anywhere:- http://www. ebay. co. uk/itm/MAINS-HOOK-UP-LEAD-ADAPT-IT-CONVERSION-CAMPING-CARAVAN-ACCESSORIES-/370601226602?pt=UK_Campervan_Caravan_Accessories&hash=item56498df16a#ht_396wt_1101 For the water, Ideally you should have a aquaroll, but if you just want to test it then any deep bucket will suffice. The hose with the two rubber pipes is what you need to submerse in the buc
  8. did u have a electric water pump with the caravan
  9. on the A frame the date are the first 2 nus ive got a 91 corniche 12/2
  10. nutrunner

    manorafon

    from the owners who are very friendly and helpful with great toilet block showers with hot water , washing machines and freezer , the pitches are ver spacious and well kept plenty of space for kids to play and the animals are a great attraction
  11. from the owners who are very friendly and helpful with great toilet block showers with hot water, washing machines and freezer, the pitches are ver spacious and well kept plenty of space for kids to play and the animals are a great attraction Click here to view the UK campsite review
  12. we only go away for weekends up to 4 days a month, its only used on serviced pitches for obvious reasons, and its completely covered with a black waterproof cover cleaned and purged after every trip so is the hose pipe, none of us have had Delhi belly yet so nuff said
  13. will do, most of the camps we use have muliple taps on one post
  14. ye its a brand new hose plus i regually purge the barrel and caravan water system with milton & some stuff my local pub puts throught the beer pipes to keep them clean who will ? same as a toilet system and all u need is a reducer u get them in a pack from any store, to screw on the end then the hosepipe adapter just fits on simple and cheap
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