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Funster No : 4470
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Offwell, nr Honiton Devon
About Me: Retired 25 years ago..
Interests: Caravaning,Motorbikes,Sea Fishing.
MH Type: "A" Class
MH Model: Rapido 10001. Tag Axle.
Years Motorhoming: Caravan & motorhome 40 yrs
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If it`s not under warranty... Get some of this =
Originally Posted by chockswahay
Moving on from the 'ehu' thread I would like to ask about condensation in Panel Vans.
We recently returned from a tour in France and when the temperature dipped much below 10c I noticed that the roof section above the cab suffered from quite excessive condensation.
This was in the area above the shelf at the front (above out heads) right towards the front of the van just above the windscreen.
I should add that this area (much to my surprise!) is not insulated at all, just bare metal !
Before I try and re-invent the wheel I wonder if anyone has any practical (Hilldweller please take note
) advice on how to reduce the effects.
My worry is that the water will eventually lead to rust or lining damage from the inside.
Do any other Panel Van owners suffer from this problem? Is it unique to Globecar?
Stick it on with "Evo-Stick"......... Easy to cut and shape...
And has a sort of rippled rubber backing... and very flexible for awkward bits, and comes in numerous colours..
We used it on the fibreglass hulls in the cabins on fishing boats,,, instant success,,,,,,, and nothing more prone to condensation than boats ...
2wheels, 4 wheels, 6 wheels, as long as they go round.