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Timberland Motorhomes
Business Name : Timberland Motorhomes
Address : Limber Road Town Kirmington Country North Lincolnshire Postcode DN39 6YP
Telephone No. : 0845 0099998
Fax No. : 01652 686988
Website : http://www.timberlandmotorhomes.com
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Rating : 28 Out Of 30
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Owner Motorhome Modification Purchase Rating Product Rating Price
UncleNorm 2007 Adria Coral S650SP Mud flaps 10 0 0
UncleNorm 2007 Adria Coral S650SP Spare wheel plus security studs 8 0 220
UncleNorm 2007 Adria Coral S650SP Double mains socket 10 0 0
UncleNorm -> Fiat front mud flaps, diy fitting.
UncleNorm -> The motorhome chassis from Fiat has NO spare wheel. Punctures are dealt with using shaving foam and a compressor found under the driver's seat!! Hence, the spare wheel which sits under the fixed bed. It is a steel rim but the studs from the alloys WILL suffice on the X2/50.
UncleNorm -> Using parts acquired from Timberland MHs, the double socket brought mains power to the front of the MH.

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