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  1. curlytailfarm

    curlytailfarm Read Only Funster

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    New member -

    I have a national sea breeze 2002 and had a rear tyre bow out -
    This "blew" the wheel arch panel on the door side across the land and a very heavy lorry then destroyed it (no template )

    Trying to locate a replacement - and or a solution

    Picture of the missing space attached along with a picture (with old graphics) of the panel in place -

    Any ideas how I can find a replacement or get one made?

    many thanks to all

    Mike:cry:
     

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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Try asking on sister forum to this one, RV forum otherwise only other solution is specialist fibreglass maker.

    Peter
     
  3. Larrynwin

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    Hi Mike,
    yes www.rvoc.co.uk the sister site is dedicated to RV owners.

    There are various suppliers of RV parts who may be able to help including
    Duncan at www.starspangledspanner.co.uk and
    Steve at www.mobilervmaintenance.co.uk

    and a thread on rvoc will no doubt turn up more

    By the way I live at Claxton and frequently travel to Brooke where my son lives. Are you on the farm that had a few Alpacas outside as I did notice an RV at the back

    Best of luck
     
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    Hi Mike, we had a National Dolphin and some kind:Eek!: young lady took the front off..! We used a local coach and bus repair depot, they did a fantastic job and said they were always repairing coaches with similar damage. Maybe a phone call to your local coach firm can help? Good luck.:Smile:
     
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    just a thought, is the panel on the other side of the RV the same as the missing one, if it is and it is easily removable it might be possible to use the good one to make a mould to make a replacement. let me know how you get on and I might be able to help you out, ( I work with GRP)
     

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