Dethleffs Sunlight A63 tips please

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    jerryseadog Read Only Funster

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    Any useful tips and advice about owning and using this motorhome would be much appreciated! Many thanks - Jerry
     
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    tips!!

    Lynne has owned one for 2 years now, has had no problems at all. just had a check done and was told that it is in A1 condition. It is an 06 plate.

    The only thing we would say is that they do not like being backed into trees or bollards.:Doh::Rofl1:

    Enjoy every minute!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    You are a little devil , wait till Lynne sees this hahaha
     
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    Lynne is sat beside me when it was written...She does know how fragile trees are.:Rofl1: I know how fragile the bollards are...:Rofl1:
     
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    Thanks for that! I presume there is some sort of owner's manual? Is it easy to check/top up inner rear tyre pressures? What do you do with the safety net for the overcab bed? Any freeze-up problems in the past cold winters? Jerry and Sara
     
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    Hello,
    The owners manual is available from the Dethleffs Owners club, once you have become a member.
    Lynne's is single rear wheel, hers being based on the fiat Ducato
    Also is the low profile so no overhead bed. As long as all the water is drained off before storing, it should be fine. If you plan to use it through the winter as we do, keep on ehu with small fan heater and if it gets really cold put the water heater on to stop it freezing.

    Cheyne and Lynne
     
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