Swift kontiki new owner

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  1. con-tiki

    con-tiki Funster

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    Hi everyone..Just bought a fiat ducato swift kontiki motorhome 1991. This is my first motorhome ( i have an Iveco exlwb camper)

    Just trying to locate all the things that I need to know about...eg how to use the water heater...where is the leisure battery..etc

    I was so excited getting it that i forgot to ask where everything was!!!. There is an owners handbook, but unfortunately all the pages were stuck together as they must have been there a long time.

    Anyway half the fun is finding out how to operate everything.

    I hope to find out lots of information ( and share some ) on this forum.:Smile:
     
  2. Pikey Pete

    Pikey Pete Read Only Funster

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    Welcome to the fraternity.

    I don't know anything about the Kon-Tiki, but some one will be along shortly who does.

    Pete:Cool:
     
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    Welcome and have fun
     
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    :welcome: con-tiki to MH Fun

    Another joins the ever growing band of Funsters good to have you with us.



    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     
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    How con-tiki and :welcome:

    regards
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    Hi,

    I had a Kon-Tiki a while back, which model is it?
     
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    Hi and welcome to m/h fun enjoy your new toy
     
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    Hellooooo con-tiki and:welcome:to the mad house
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Hi "con-tiki" and a great big :welcome:

    Enjoy your camping.. :thumb:




    PS.. I think you are prettier than yoursister, but dont tell her..:Wink:
     
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    welcome to the fun. ask away someone somewhere knows the answer . cheers alan.
     
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    Not a Petrol/LPG conversion is is it? My last van was a 91 Kon-Tiki 640. Recent thread about checking the grease nipples on the Al-Ko chassis...........I never knew about these.

    Loved the van but change of circumstances and all that.

    Have a great time with your new toy..


    BW Wilding on The Riviera - It's v hot
     
  12. con-tiki

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    Hi

    Not sure exactly what model, I think it may be a 620/6. Its a fiat ducato 2L petrol on a 91 plate. I would really like to get the fiat handbook that came with it. What i find is odd that there are no curtesy lights in it..... A bit of a pain when trying to locate things in the dark.

    Shirley
     
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