Changing back to rear wheel drive (1 Viewer)

Nov 28, 2010
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Torrevieja, Spain
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Laika Ecovip H720
Exp
December 2011
We are parked up at this lovely Aire in Palamos Costa Brava waiting for the dealer to prepare our new van

http://www.autosuministros.com/autocaravanas/ocasion/Hymer-B-660-STAR-LINE

i.e. service and ITV (MOT) and have the Oyster sat dish transferred as we decided to change back to a rear wheel drive Merc based van with air suspension as we have lost confidence in fiat based alko chassis due to very poor traction on wet grass and loose gravel, also the poor ground clearance i.e. exhaust and rear end grounding, the new to us van is even fitted with built in generator large enough to run the air conditioning, and hard wired cool box in garage for the rabbit food and large fridge freezer for the beer , ideal for Spain , I am also able to my own oil and filter changes on this van so saving a few euros.


Can't wait to get our hands on it
 

alfandM

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Mar 12, 2012
1,065
1,175
sweden
Funster No
20,123
MH
A
Exp
1992
A Wise Decision ,we have a rear wheel drive and are always helping to pull folk that's stuck Mostly front wheel drives but also bad drivers mistakes:rolleyes:,so enjoy your new found freedom with rear wheel drive ,Regards Alf(y)
 

JeanLuc

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Nov 17, 2008
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2,199
Warwickshire
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MH
Hymer B630 Star-Line
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Since 2007
Interesting, I have never seen a Star-Line 660 of the 2000-2005 vintage before. Mine is a 630 and I thought the next size up was a 680. All three have broadly the same layout. Looks lovely.
 

Murphy

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Jan 31, 2015
92
53
Mansfield
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34,953
MH
Shire Conversion
Exp
2012
Looks really smart, excellent purchase

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