hymer parts

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  1. milly60

    milly60 Read Only Funster

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    hi, this is my first ever thread anywhere:Rofl1: wonder if any one can tell me if hymer parts are the most expensive. havent got a motorhome yet, but would like a hymer, but was put off by a dealer who said they are too expensive to replace windsreens, headlights, etc. can anyone tell me if this is true? thanks in advance:BigGrin:
     
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    Yes it can be.

    But, that is true of all A class Motor Homes, not just Hymer.

    Pete:Cool:
     
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    Hi and good luck with the Hymer quest.
    It is true that parts can be on the dear side but can also often be sourced on the web. If anyone is concerned about the growing number of reports about exploding headlamps on Hymers or, like myself have already experienced the expense of replacing one – in my case £1010, you may be relieved to hear of the supplier of headlamp protectors.
    They cost £75 plus p+p and are available from the maker, Trevor Smith, who has now given me permission to pass his details on. He can be contacted via MOB 07712472250 or email at s.jordansmith@btinternet.com
    Have just fitted a pair (a really simple process) and now my 2011 B544 is protected against stone chips etc which is what Hymer claimed had smashed my lamp which strangely waited until I had been parked up for 30 hours before mysteriously exploding!!!!
    Happy touring,
    Janet and John
     
  4. Theonlysue

    Theonlysue Funster Life Member

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    Hi, just ensure you have unlimited windscreen cover on your insurance.
    If you do get a Hymer - they tend to hold their price well and are good vans, especially the older ones.

    Keep us posted,

    Sue:Cool:
     
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