What did you do to your van today?

The laird

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Absolute cracking lass wully newcastle /gleswegian tongue ended up asking where she was from cause I couldn’t get the accent
she done all the van ,made a front cab one two new feet mats for the cab and made up one for wiping yer feet oan when he get hame
really could not get better service and workmanship
even bought a Star Wars rug for my grandson and got a free tobleron mmmmmmmm
even mentioned your name wully and it cost me £20 more
nah only joking mate thanks again for the contact (appreciated it is)
 

The laird

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Went out into the van tonight to carry out table mods ,removed brackets to alter table pitch etc
pits now Baltic outside with the wife’s car frozen as it’s sat all day square wheeled
going to spoil myself and take tomorrow off
 

Millie Master

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For the first time ever I decided to take all the MPK rooflights apart to give them a long over due clean, I also cleaned the mesh fly screens as well and boy oh boy what a difference it has made!
My job was made one whole lot easier by using the amazing Bilt Hamber Surfex HD liquid cleaner that I diluted down considerably, no matter how many times I use this brilliant product I am still lost for words at how good it is.
 
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Lee

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Went out into the van tonight to carry out table mods ,removed brackets to alter table pitch etc
pits now Baltic outside with the wife’s car frozen as it’s sat all day square wheeled
going to spoil myself and take tomorrow off
You had better take your thermals we don't want you catching pnuemonia.
 

Obanboy666

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Bought a spare wheel, cargo tie down anchors and a Michelin agilis tyre.
i will be fitting the spare wheel & tyre in the garage tomoss then I won’t have to rely on the sealant repair kit that came with the motorhome. I have never been comfortable knowing I had no spare especially when im in the back of beyond with no phone signal.
 

Markd

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Getting a proper spare was the first thing I did when I bought a car with magic grunge and an electric pump.
Fortunately the spare wheel well was still full size so with a few pounds spent on an OE retaining screw I feel a lot more comfortable.
No risk now of an expensive distress purchase of a replacement tyre in the middle of nowhere!
 
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