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Old 21-01-2013, 12:27   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,
we recently purchased our first motorhome a 1993 Hymer Camp 59, we were so won over by the overall condition outside and in we failed to check the underside thoroughly!
Subsequently the day after driving it home our joy and excitement was dealt a serious blow,upon investigating why the rear bumper had a bit of movement to it I popped my head underneath to discover the chassis outrigger that the bumper mounts to was heavily corroded.
Does anyone know how difficult this is to repair or replace? Any help or advice would be most gratefully appreciated.

Many thanks,

Rich and Sarah.
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Hi I have a mate in Boston who might be able to weld a new outrigger on if you would like his phone number pm me yours Brian
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