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  1. 7-10 days πŸ‘ also leave gaps between food if it makes solid ice cubes - it’s fine πŸ‘
  2. Massive prices! bot much more decor entry motorhome now. Think market will collapse next year! Q: new Conqueror? Wooden upper floor or plastic like elegance?
  3. Bailey is good but need better floors - lots of rotting issues - but they have sold c70k Alutech now πŸ‘
  4. This is an interesting heads up ! https://www.caravanfinder.co.uk/news/teesside-caravans-news-swift-2022---a-preview-of-things-to-come-G200661A
  5. All interesting - I guess Conqueror would fit below Elegance range? Hope the have a better twin bed option
  6. Any leaks on new ranges (not water type leaks!) πŸ˜‚πŸ‘
  7. The official Dometic fridge fan just plugs into pre wired plug according to their instructions πŸ‘
  8. Sorry I started that one! πŸ™„ I think Hydrogen might be delivered to petrol stations just like now - and we’ll either charge with electric or hydrogen. SUVs might be powered by electric motors charged by a small hydrogen engine on board? electric motors after all pull trains if they can be powered effectively πŸ‘ Oh Toyota got there before me! πŸ˜†
  9. It will by Hydrogen engines realistically πŸ‘
  10. They might put an electric motor in the caravans to push the cars along a bit if the can’t manage! πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ‘
  11. They are doing this due to less workers allowed per van - so this is why productivity slower!
  12. Dealers only get half their hourly rate for warranty issues - that is part of the deal to be allowed to be a dealer. A dealer told me - anon- that Bailey know there are issues with rotting floors - but do nothing about it as it takes about 6 years to become an issue ( when warranty finishes). My friend is just having hers repaired at end of 6 years - just within warranty - as the rear steady is going through floor due to rot, on a separate note - my 12 month old is going to Bailey factory in Jan to have its chassis removed (whole) due to delimitation. So the floors could be engineered better, eg composites sandwich to edge of floors not a wooden bridge - and a GRP outer lower panel like all standard swifts now. They are just ignoring the elephant in the room.
  13. Actually Mr P - a lot of my car is plastic now. what I meant was - they need to move on with Alutech 2! improved floors / improved water management / improved leaky roof straps etc - just generally make it better. The concept is good but needs to move on.
  14. True - the floors are weakest link - and a lady on Facebook has had a roofstrap leak on her brand new van - so that rears it’s head again! I like Baileys - I just wish they’d concentrate more on the shell now - Alutech is becoming dated!
  15. They just need to improve factory build - poor dealers pick up the mess!
  16. And some do not - hence advice by Whale πŸ‘ I always fit the electronic Whale accessory- Watermaster IC control - superb - and turns off pump if water runs dry in tank πŸ‘
  17. I have Alicanto Estoril - lovely van - but thinking of going back to 7ft5 πŸ˜¬πŸ‘
  18. Oh I see - my dealer says demo not until Sept. end perhaps that was the specific layout? I’m interested in Cadiz πŸ‘
  19. Great - lovely van! where do u get to see pre-production model? πŸ˜€
  20. Which one? I might go for the Cadiz 😬
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