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Roamer51

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Suffolk
  • Interests
    Caravanning
  • Towcar
    Mitsubishi Outlander
  • Caravan
    Bailey Pegasus Genoa GT70

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  1. Thank you all for responding, some good ideas there. It looks like the consensus is that Halfords tape works well, I'll give them a try. If that fails I'll try the Gorilla tape.
  2. A little information from the experts please. I have a 2018 Bailey Genoa and try as I might I can't get the number plate to stay stuck for more than a couple of weeks. I've tried three different makes of number plate stickers, they do their job on the number plate but not the caravan rear panel. The plastic was cleaned with methylated spirit the first time and brake cleaner for the other attempts. Any ideas please?
  3. As a retired Master locksmith, don't ever put oil of any kind into a lock. Only use dry lubricants such as graphite powder or one of the wet lubricants offered by lock manufacturers. Standard oil based lubricants eventually thicken and gum up the lock mechanism.
  4. Our 2017 Bailey Pegasus came without dampers from new, it felt a little 'jumpy' when towing. Fitted a pair of blue dampers and it tows beautifully now, so definitely worth fitting in my opinion.
  5. Thanks for the information matelodave, just what I was looking for. And thank you Mr Plodd and Johnaldo for contributing.
  6. Can anyone tell me if it is possible to get an angled commando plug please? The external power socket on our Bailey GT70 is on the nearside (daft idea) which means that the standard plug and cable stick out into the doorway of our awning.
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