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  1. We are considering getting our first caravan. We are a family of four - two kids aged 5 and 2. We need a layout that provides us with a good sleeping arrangement so the kids can go to sleep while we relax! We also want a shower room that functions well (we don't want to rely on site facilities). Wardrobe storage is also important and a kitchen which is practical. We love the interior feel of the Adria and it is the Altea 552 DT Tamar that we are considering. We haven't seen one yet as the dealer is quite a distance away. If anyone has this van could you comment on the functionality of the bathroom - is the shower useable and how well does the drop down sink work? Is there sufficient wardrobe space? I like the high level oven but the fridge is smaller than the others we are looking at (only 90l) . The other options are the Sprite Major 6 and the Bailey Phoenix 650. We have seen both of these and the layouts work well but the contemporary feel of the Adria is much more suited to our taste. But do the Sprite or Bailey provide a more useable family caravan than the Adria? Any advice would be appreciated.
  2. Don't forget it is our Sneaky Peek 👀 Bank Holiday Weekend at all three of our Leisure World dealerships! To register for the preview . .. http://www. caravanqjumper. co. uk/
  3. Hi Everyone, I'm in need of some help and advice with a CI Sprite Compact (early 1980's) pop top roof. The roof is suspended with gas struts and has vinyl sides (which are stapled in). The sun roof started to leak a few years ago the roof panel has warped and started to rot inside. The kitchen cupboard is suspended from the ceiling and that has started to pull away from where the wood has weakened. (The same with the main light fixture). I'm presuming the roof is wood (i'm guessing plywood) with a plastic or metal sheeting over the top then crimped over at the sides. Because the roof panel is separate, I would presume it would be easier to replace/repair, however lets be honest, this is usually not the case. The roof is still useable and i'm planning to take it away this summer (with the caravan cover just incase of bad rain), but I would like to get the roof back to good working order, maybe over the winter months. Does anyone have any advice, experience, knowledge about sprite compacts, their roofs or just general roof repairs. (Or know anyone who does). It would be much appreciated. Thanks, CJ
  4. And . .. team Leisure World are ready and raring to go at The Lawns, Cottingham. Come and find us on the Coachman, Elddis, Lunar, Sprite, Swift, Venus and Xplore stands. Have a look at the SsangYong and MG range on our Leisure World Motors stand Don't forget to visit our Awnings and the Accesssory shop too!
  5. We love our new van - it's doing a great job for the family and the months/years spent agonising over layout seem to have paid off (for now!). The only thing that lets it down is the build in the kitchen. I've had to screw back in the cutlery drawer runners and add tiny bolts to ensure the drawer stays on it's runners. We've also now got an oven that has come loose due to retaining screws working free. We don't drive over excessively bumpy roads and we have shock absorbers fitted. We've done about 3000 miles in the van this year but we didn't have these type of issues on our much older Sterling that we traded in. Finally, the hob knobs! These started to fall off the Thetford unit almost immediately. We now only have three in place. I'll get these replaced by the dealer, but unless the design has changed I can only see this happening again and again. Have others suffered the same kind of issues? What sort of fixes have you employed?
  6. More of a rant than a question! Seven weeks ago I reported to the dealer that my Swift Sprite Major 6 had a huge crack in the rear panel, in the centre above the brake light right back to where it joins to the body, approx 12", it has also allowed water to penetrate to the inside of the 'van. The dealer, who at this point I would like to say have been fantastic, submitted a warranty claim to swift and this was apparently accepted. Swift are now trying to force the dealer to affect the repairs themselves. however. Having attempted such a repair previously (entire new rear panel) they are extremely reluctant to do so as they do not have the specialist tools or jigs that Swift possess and ave with my complete support tried to insist that Swift take the vehicle back to the factory to have a new panel fitted by the manufacturer. The dealer has told me that if they repair it will not be perfect owing to their need to have to improvise on tooling and alignment may be out at the joins where they cant get the 'van completely square, they are concerned at upsetting a customer and worry for future dealings I may have with them. My biggest concern here is that after seven weeks Swift have still not agreed to a factory return despite my dealers and my insistence. Surely with a clear manufacturing fault a return to the manufacturer is a perfectly acceptable request from a customer who has paid thousands of pounds for one of their products that is just two years old with a 10 year MANUFACTURER warranty, not a dealer warranty! I have a service due and I don't want to get it serviced when I know that there are serious defects and damp that will be reported. I would rather wait for the repair to be completed and the service to report a perfect 'van as it would be then.
  7. Hi Everyone, Thanks for all your help and advice thus far. The caravan is coming along, and will hopefully be going away in it soon. The chassis on my Sprite compact (early 80's) has rusted and needs restoring. It's ok in terms of welds, towing, etc, it just needs looking after and repainting. I just wanted to check that this is what should be done; 1. Remove rust and old paint with wire brush 2. Treat the steel with rust eater (Does anyone recommend a brand and where to get it. I've seen KURUST in Halfords, but has anyone used it?) 3. Paint with rust resisting paint (I found a can of metal spray paint with rust protection in Lidl for £3. 99 - is it worth a try?) 4. Stand back with cup of tea and admire handiwork. Please let me know if i've missed anything off, or if you think there's something I should do differently. Thanks
  8. I have an old(ish) Sprite Alpine with a steel chassis. I am not sure of the age. The springs are of the combined spring and damper type, common to most modern cars. The springs are tired and the van sits low at the back when attached to a vehicle. The dampers still work. Has anyone any idea where I could get replacement springs or complete spring/damper assemblies from? They look really easy to replace and would stop the rear of the van grounding occasionally. Thanks!
  9. Hello everyone, Not been on here for a while, hope you are all well! Just been looking at the new Sprite range, it is more upmarket now - so Swift decided to tint the windows. Has anyone ordered a new 2016 sprite, can you still see in the windows from the outside? I like to check through the window before we leave to make sure everything is in order, but the tint maybe too much to see in! Thanks in advance Michael P. S. Example of Sprite windows attached
  10. Whilst in Kent, we called into a Swift dealer, and discussed a new 6 berth Sterling, and the lack of supply. The dealer said this is common and reflects a big increase in demand from families like us. As such it may be worth waiting until the new 2016 models arrived before purchasing. Our salesman noted the following changes he was aware of for 2016: The Challenger Sport and Challenger SE models are likely to merge into one, staying broadly similar in layout and build, with the option to upgrade the heating and other aspects to differentiate the features each buyer prefers. The Sterling models will be completely revamped, with a complete new body bodyshell design. He helpfully mentioned without saying directly that the artists impressions he had seen were like the Swift Elegance (perhaps referring to SMART HT non-wooden floor), with subtle difference (perhaps keeping the dark lockers that the Sterlings have). As a family we mentioned our disappointment that the manufacturers don't seem to offer the family vans in the luxury ranges, as we would happily buy one, he acknowledged that many families have noted this, hence the shortage of 6 beds in general, so perhaps the manufacturers will 'lux up' for our market segment. I know that the Sterling bright and clean colour palettes are proving popular, and it would make sense to roll the SMART HT technology down to just one line. This would leave a broadly similar offering in the Challengers and Swift. This one model (Sterling) update and simplification of the Challengers may then meet more buyer needs from a budget and weight perspective (as I believe SMART HT is more expensive and heavier). We're now very excited for what the new models will look like, and hope to buy a new, hopefully (fingers crossed) 6 berth, SMART HT caravan. Has anyone heard anything similar from other dealers?
  11. 2nd day of project Alpine. Yesterday I picked up a 1970s sprite Alpine 4 berth caravan. A steal as it was free. Same old story. . Left in a field all alone with a few animals for company for 5+ years. .. Why does it always start like this? Weather was poor yesterday (typical British summer weather) so all I did was power wash and remove interior curtains and cushions. Today a more thorough clean for assessment of potential problems. Slight damp but may be due to being left with window seals that had perished and front window open (easy for putting number plate in). Will hire a heat fan and seal with a tarp an see how if fairs. From pictures you can probably see a number of large dents in the roof around the roof vent, thes will need beating out and repairing (not an easy DIY job so may need to source this out, any recommendations or tips please let me know ) I think the 'van needs a general update of its interior. Think I may end up replacing all the vinyl hardboard panelling so instead of patching and matching bits it may be better in the long run to completely replace (again, any tips please let me know). This will also give me a chance to check any rot and repair as I go. It's not all doom and gloom there's a lot of positives with this project. Comes with an awning that doubles the size (will need to try and put it together when weather improves and time isn't so tight), the previous owners obviously wanted to repair the window trim as there's a 10m roll in the toilet area, speaking of, there's also a chemical toilet and cleaning stuff inside and 2 nearly full gas bottles. Will update posts when I can, maybe start a blog. Watch this space
  12. Hello All . . It's now that time of my life, moving from camping to caravanning. I'm looking for advice/tips and more importantly feedback on the following models: - Sprite Major 6 TD - Swift Challenger Sport 586 - Sterling Eccles Sport 586 We have one small child and are planning to add to our brood, hence this layout seems best fit for our need. Also one of the main factors influencing our choice is I'm 6'3" and as I've visited a couple of dealerships, this brand seems to allow me to stand inside the van without ending up looking like quasimodo ! We're split between buying new vs used . . I've read that Swift had a problem in 2011/12 with manufacturing and this is putting me off those years. However buying new, you obviously lose money as soon as it leaves the showroom. My Car is a new Land Rover Discovery 4 so I don't believe I'm restricted by weights etc. Any advice would be gratefully received. Kind regards Anthony (Newbie!)
  13. Hello all I am restoring a beautiful 5 berth Sprite Musketeer. Does anyone have any tips or tricks they could advise with this model please?
  14. Hi I am looking at a sprite, but I would want to change the jockey wheel to a more heavy duty one. How do I go about changing the FULL jockey wheel Thanks
  15. How far can you go before the tag axle or one of the axles lifts off the ground? Thanks
  16. Hi, I have a Sprite Musketeer TD 2010 and love the lay out, especially as our child is at the back so we can have a nice glass of wine with out disturbing him, (instead of being on the single bed on the side). Why isn't there a new model?, and nobody else seems to do this lay out - gutted wanted to upgrade this year, with what has to be one of the best layouts for families with only one child.
  17. www. CaravanQJumper. co. uk Come along to our 'Sneaky Peek' event to be one of the first to see the 2014 range of caravans. Vicky
  18. Come and join us for our Anniversary Show between 1st June and 9th June. We've got one of the largest selections of caravans in the South with over 300 caravans available to view across the group • Superb prices on our 2013 demo models and the last remaining 2012 models, savings of up to £4000! Check out our website for a full stock listings and prices. • Free Truma Caravan Motor mover with every new Swift, Sprite or Sterling purchased until 9th June • Free bedding set worth £200 with every new Bailey caravan purchased until 9th June • Huge used caravan sale. Prices from £3,000 and we offer exceptional trade in prices. • Free refreshments all day • Free BBQ between 10am-4pm (weekends only) • As part of our Anniversary celebrations, come and view the Bailey Pegasus Verona which one lucky person will win, for free, on Saturday 27th July! • 10% off everything in the shop (excludes products on offer, TVs, gas and awnings) • Free admission and free parking
  19. Hi, My Daughter has recently become the proud owner of an old, 1989 Sprite Musketeer and although it is in pretty good condition for it's age, I need to re-paint the lower front section in matching grey. Does anyone know the code of colour name of this grey please? Also, whilst I'm here, asking questions, is it possible to get hold of the side stripes ( three colour fading) from anywhere? Your help would be most appreciated
  20. Dear All, ** WANTED - OWNER OF 1950/1960 SPRITE CARAVAN FOR BBC ONE SHOW FILM!!! ** We are on a quest to find an owner of a 1950/1960 Sprite Caravan to interview for a short film for The One Show on the history of the Sprite Caravan. We want to evoke some of the nostalgia created by the documentary - Caravan - A British Love Affair and bring it to The One Show audience. We would love to meet an individual or family that own a Sprite caravan and have either had it in the family for years, or have lovingly restored it to it's former glory. If you are that person, or know of anyone that might be interested, please do not hesitate to get in touch - my telephone number is 01179 747 878. Many Thanks, Heather
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