If you could change just one thing about your Motorhome, what would it be?

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  1. Robert Clark

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    What is that one thing about your Motorhome that you don't like, that you would like to improve, or that you wish was different?

    For me it's the appliances, and that there is no real choice when it comes to Fridges and Cookers.
    Everything Dometic seems to make is utter rubbish - and overpriced too!

    What one thing would you change if you could?
     
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  3. GeriatricWanderer

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    Now back in Sarfend for a couple of months.
    Replace my 2003 model with a 2016 - same brand, same model, same everything.
     
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    Make it 3500kg and still have pay load.
     
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    We want a new one but can't afford on their is a saying sumeware make the best of wat you have not what you don't have lived most of my life with compromised but just love life as it is
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    The year.
    id make it 20 years older so i could have bought it cheaper
    Serously
    Slide outs and a queen size island bed would do it for me
     
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  7. Triple7

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    Make it 4wd!

    This is my winter project :) Screenshot_2016-09-03-19-06-05e.jpg
     
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    ou bought it then!!! Look forward to seeing it transformed!!
     
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  9. Anthea M

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    How is young Jay I can't find the thread. Is he back at school proudly showing his pot?!
     
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    Me too. It's a truly amazing piece of engineering.
     
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    Make it 4 inches wider
     
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    Is it a fridge van?!
     
  13. Triple7

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    Yes it's a compromise; so the bed has to go north - south but the upside is it can squeeze through any space a car can.
     
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    Lol

    No. It's an ex Swiss army ambulance but I see where you are coming from. 6 wheel drive fridge? Uumh ;-)
     
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    has a built in bed already!!!
    Will you start your own thread then @Robert Clark won't get vexed at me for hijacking!!:LOL:
     
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    It annoys me (occasionally) that the mirror adjusters are on the passenger side - LHD shell on RHD chassis..

    Oh! And that I cannot see in back of Moho from driver's seat when something rattles, falls or opens as i'm driving - solo...

    While i'm at it..... The easily blocked minuscule plug-holes in the shower tray.. (If you have hair!! - like wot I do)

    And if i'm really being picky.... The fact that the construction is mostly shite for the dosh you pay!... Its all surface "wow factor" dressing... I.e I have a gazzilion led lights and mostly only ever use three.. (Except when showing van to friends n family....)
    A single led over table area, led strip over hob and occasionally the bathroom....

    John T
     
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    Sorry I was answering the OP... My transverse bed is 4'' too short. Lol
     
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    Lol that's a coincidence. It is my only real negative about it so never thought to check who you were replying to :)
     
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    We decided the layout advantage of a transverse rear bed outweighed the advantage of a bed you can lie out flat in..which is true.. But at that time on a Sunday morning the extra 4" would be nice lol
     
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    I feel I might be in danger of hijacking Roberts thread (sorry). My Pinzgauer is only 1.8m external so it's really too narrow to consider any other option. I'm a solo traveller so it's easier for me to fit a full length bed.
     
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