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Discussion in 'Tech/Mech General' started by Gman1969, Jul 16, 2012.

  1. Gman1969

    Gman1969 Read Only Funster

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    Hello Everyone,

    not sure if I should be posting here but I am looking for a replacement ladder for my Hymer S670 1994 vintage. I bent it just after I bought it a few years ago and as I am selling the old girl I need to get her back to her best. The ladder I am after is for roof access here is a link to a photo:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/garethsworld/7581837714/in/photostream

    I have been quoted £460 for a new one but don't want to shell out that much for a ladder. Does anyone know where I could get a second hand one or a cheaper pattern part?

    Cheers,

    Gareth
     
  2. motorhomelover

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    they are like rocking horse pooodoo!! to find
    that is why they are so expensive to buy
    try and get it repaired by an engineering panel shop they shold be able to make it look like new for less money that the quoted price
    yours Ian
     
  3. Reallyretired

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    Quite agree, I was quoted £700 for one for mine.
     
  4. Terry

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    Take the ladder off and let the new owner buy one if they want one :Wink::BigGrin::thumb:
    terry
     
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    CRIPES :Eeek:

    Does anyone know where I can buy locking bolts to fit my Hymer 660 ladder?

    Seems really silly to lock my €60, made in Thailand, bicycle to the bike rack and just leave a £500 ladder sitting there next to it...

    JJ :Cool:
     
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  6. Gman1969

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    Thanks for the advice but I have already lost a setp, the screws and the plastic lugs the lower ladder sits on. But the good news is that I got it for £400, which is still a load of money!
     
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