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Dec 18, 2011
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Anyone know where I can buy some replacement sticky wood coloured covers which are plentiful in my Autotrail Apache please?Autotrail appear to no longer have an after sales spare parts department on line.
 
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Camper634
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image.jpg No on mine they are these
 
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Camper634
Dec 18, 2011
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Thank you for the link.Autotrail class the colour as cherry red?but at that price it is worth trying a couple to see if they match.Thanks again.
 

TCG

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Purchased some only last week from autotrail direct, give them a call..... be prepared for the shock though.... 1sheet of 40 dots £10 with postage
 
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Purchased some only last week from autotrail direct, give them a call..... be prepared for the shock though.... 1sheet of 40 dots £10 with postage
Thanks for that.It is never going to be anything but daylight robbery I’m afraid.The same sheets albeit not in the right colour are a pound a sheet on eBay.
 
Dec 20, 2018
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They may not be on-line, but they still have a parts dept.. Give them a ring.
 
Aug 6, 2013
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I'm replacing any of mine that I've needed to remove with the push-in plastics - only where hidden in cupboards etc. But then I'm replacing the stupid bugle-head screws with Pozi CSK that the plastic covers are intended for. The bugle-heads have been driven over half way through the panels. The reason I'm doing this is that the stick-ons pull off some of the panel covering when removed if great care is not taken. And the over-driven bugle heads make even more mess when removed.

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Dec 18, 2011
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I'm replacing any of mine that I've needed to remove with the push-in plastics - only where hidden in cupboards etc. But then I'm replacing the stupid bugle-head screws with Pozi CSK that the plastic covers are intended for. The bugle-heads have been driven over half way through the panels. The reason I'm doing this is that the stick-ons pull off some of the panel covering when removed if great care is not taken. And the over-driven bugle heads make even more mess when removed.
I have done a similar thing where possible but there are some situated for example in the centre of panels which I think would be an eye sore unless camouflaged by the stick on ones.
 
Aug 6, 2013
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I have done a similar thing where possible but there are some situated for example in the centre of panels which I think would be an eye sore unless camouflaged by the stick on ones.
Agreed - hence only doing the ones in cupboards.
 

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If you only need a few you could just use ones already stuck over screw heads in cupboards etc - by using a thin scalpel/knife blade you can carefully 'lift' them off and they are usually sticky enough to go straight onto where you want them. (y)

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Nosmo King

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As we were doing the handover they were falling off in front of us!
The dealer (Marquis) arranged for a couple of strips (and the plastic caps) to be sent to us! Replaced quite a few but now seems to be ok...

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