Discussion in 'I H Motorcampers' started by aguilas389, Aug 21, 2008.
Has no one else got an IH conversion ?:Sad:
HI NICE VANS ill have one when the kids leave home:Wink: :BigGrin: and i retire
Yes, we have. We have currently got an IH Irmao, prior to this we had a Tio r and a Oregon.
Hi i have a tior on tuesday i will pick up my new oregon rl the tior has been a lovely van i hope they make as good a job of my new one
I salute an optimist.
They get more expensive when they leave and then grandchildren.....
New IH Tio owner
I've just bought an IH Tio R. Just trying to get to grips with the heating/hw system. I accidently drained the boiler last nite, and am not sure about the refilling system! Any help gratefully received!:shout::shout:
Refilling is fairly straightforward. Make sure the yellow drain valve (the one you accidentally opened!) is closed on the boiler. With the power on at the main control panel open a hot tap and switch the pump on. Providing you have water in the fresh water tank it will start to fill the boiler. You will hear the gurgling through the hot tap and soon there will be a flow of water. Turn off the tap and the pump and your boiler is full again. You may also want to 'bleed' the air out of the hot tap in the bathroom too to save it sputtering with air when you first use it.
Hope this helps.
we have I H Oregon:BigGrin::BigGrin:
We almost bought one at the Birmingham show last year. We went with the intention of buying one, with a large wadge as a cash deposit.
We both thought the van was absolutely fabulous. Quality was as good as it gets, and the fit (demonstrator) was practically perfect.
Sadly, after playing inside for a couple of hours, we decided that it really wasn't big enough for two sixty year old's, and that we really needed a bit more room.
We bought a much bigger 3 year old Hobby 600 instead, and we still really need a bit more room:Rofl1:
Hi, We have a 2004 IH Savannah Tio with a fixed bed. We bought it last year and it is just great. The finish is superb - leather seats, real wood interior, high gloss worktops etc - far better than we could ever afford to buy new. She had been neglected and under-used so we had one or two jobs to do before taking her away but since last April we have enjoyed five months away in great comfort. One little problem with a split waste pipe and leaky tap in the bathroom have just been fixed and we'll be off again to France shortly. We have looked at other makes but most look "tacky" in comparison. Happy motorhoming!
Congratulations, you get the Bank Holiday dead thread exhumation award!
I'm wondering if there was a priest standing by when this thread was dug up and if we can keep it going all day(there isn't much else to do)
I'm wondering if the OP ever bought an IH ..
guess we will never know..
I havent got one