Fuel consumption, bubbled door

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  1. trevtherev

    trevtherev Read Only Funster

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    I am new to motorhoming and have got myself a 10 year old Peugeot boxer HDI 2.2 2005 based Autocruise Stargazer. Just wondered what sort of MPG I can expect to get from this.

    I have an area of unstuck wood laminate on one of the wardrobe doors, its about a foot square, any advice on the best way of repairing this.
    Thanks for any help given.
     
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    My Starspirit achieved 30 with same engine and fully loaded.
     
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    Remove door, drill very small hole through laminate, insert two part epoxy glue using syringe, stack MMM, books, bricks, etc on top and allow to cure.
     
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    MPG.....depends on your driving style and the roads you are on..

    Drive like an old lady on a sunday afternoon.......high 20's, low 30's
    drive like you stole it ........very low 20's
     
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    Not forgetting to plug the hole first of course or you will have permanent reading matter stuck to your door when the apoxy leaks back out the hole.
     
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    You spotted my deliberate mistake!
     
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