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Ian McH

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About Ian McH

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  • Location
    Newport, Shropshire
  • Towcar
    2011 Nissan Pathfinder
  • Caravan
    2017 Buccaneer Commodore

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  1. Hymer (Elddis) have agreed to our warranty claim on replacing the interior jointing tape and also locker door and wheel arch sealant. As we are very close to one of the dealers branches at the end of the month it is booked in for a full day, keeping our fingers crossed and will report when completed.
  2. Good to hear, we are also sitting in our 2017 Commodore with a four degress outside temperature, Alde heating doing its thing making the interior very cosy indeed. Apart from the wallpaper strips slightly peeling and mastic gaps on the outside locker doors we are very happy after 8600 miles and 185 nights.
  3. Really; You have proof of that !! With a bit of thought it wasnt difficult to mount the monitor on the rear view mirror.
  4. Fitted a Durite 077641 rear view camera with 7" Monitor. Very happy with it, no break in signal wish I had it years ago. https://www.durite.co.uk/itm/Wireless-CCTV-Kits-up-to-4-Cameras/Wireless-CCTV-Kit-7-Colour-Infrared-TFT-Monitor-with-Sound-12V-24V/077641 Practical caravan gave it top marks on a recent review.
  5. 2nd Service carried out today on our 2017 Commodore. 8000 miles and 170 nights and all is well. Some slight shrinking of the mastic around the outside locker doors and peeling of the wall board joining strips inside. Well done to Leisure World Group Catterick for the swift attention to detail service.
  6. Having our Commodore 2nd year service at Leisure World Catterick next week, we have found them truly excellent, fixing any problems without any hesitation over the last two years.
  7. After having a very tight approach experience in Devon to a CL I always check on Google map the approach etc it certainly makes life less stressful. Purchased a caravan version TT a few years ago and it has never let us down with unsuitable roads, my OH insisting TT is always right and I shouldn't ignore the instructions.
  8. Used it for the first time a week or so ago, monies came out the bank charged at the text rate. No problem. Would be happy to use again.
  9. Hah, I pass Longpools on the way to the storage
  10. Good guess no, but very close. It's about four miles north off the same road.
  11. Came up the M5 today with great rear vision, as I have mounted the camera on the inside of the rear window I do get a slightly grey picture but the quality and vision angle is perfect. I can see vehicles directly behind and when they are preparing to overtake long before I see them in my mirrors. Wish they had been available years ago.
  12. Although not on a Bailey I find the equipment excellent to use. Recently read the Practical Caravan review on rear cameras. Purchased the Durite 0-776-41 wire free and digital. Works very well. I wanted it for rear view vision and mounted the camera inside the rear window of our Bucanneer and elastic band the monitor to the rear view mirror. Must admit having towed down the motorway it was bliss to know what was behind and also when clear passing lorries. https://www. practicalcaravan. com/reviews/accessory/46836-wireless-reversing-cameras
  13. Thank goodness someone with sense. In the interests of complete vision and safety I will be keeping my Indirect Vision camera. It was a milestone birthday pressie and since fitting I have been amazed even after towing for over forty years just how much safer and useful it is. At least I will see the Blue flashling lights behind and be able to pull over in a safe manner.
  14. Recently read the Practical Caravan review on rear cameras. Purchased the Durite 0-776-41 wire free and digital. Works very well. I wanted it for rear view vision and mounted the camera inside the rear window of our Bucanneer and elastic band the monitor to the rear view mirror. Must admit having towed down the motorway it was bliss to know what was behind and also when clear passing lorries. https://www. practicalcaravan. com/reviews/accessory/46836-wireless-reversing-cameras
  15. In 2015 I realised after a visit to my local Nissan dealership that the Pathfinder was no longer available. I was thinking of changing my 2007 Pathfinder with 80k no issues reliable miles to a newer one. Decided to look nationally for a low mileage example and found a late 2011 with 7. 5k miles and dealer service history being sold privately by an elderly owner. It now has 39k trouble free mostly towing miles, the only problem I have is what to change it too in another five or six years.
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