Exhaust system

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  1. goffer

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    My MH is a peugot boxer, will the van exhaust fit the mh without any problems, some one must know, please. tony
     
  2. colliezack

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    First of all. How do you spell your make of motorhome??!!
    Secondly the answer is NO unless it is a panel van which "Eldiss" don't make.
    Which model/year of Elddis do you have? Can then advise you.
     
  3. Fatalhud

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    Hi I recently bought a middle pipe for my Fiat Ducato based Motor home off Ebay
    It takes a bit of research but its possible

    You need to know the year, engine, and variant that your van is based on

    Alan H

    PS I can never spell Pugot either:Blush::Blush::Blush:
     
  4. Wintonian

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    Come on chaps. It is an ELDDIS MH (Goffer has mispelled it Eldiss in his profile) based on a PEUGOT Boxer. Peugot is easy to spell provided you pronounce it correctly. 'Peu' is pronounced as 'purr' rather than 'pew', and 'geot' is 'zho' not 'go'.

    Rather like Beijing is correctly pronounced 'bay' 'jing' (as in jingle). Beijing is usually pronounced incorrectly by journalists, including the BBC, even though the BBC has a list of correct word pronunciations which is even available on the web.

    You can get these exhaust systems from http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/p/Car-Parts who have many branches. I came to England last November to buy parts for my FIAT Ducato based Hymer and found them very good indeed. I also brought my gearbox over and had it rebuilt for a very reasonable price at a gearbox company in Essex.
     
  5. goffer

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    Exhaust systems

    Thanks to all who replied, sorry about the spelling
     
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    Don't worry about the spelling police, they are only part time round these parts:ROFLMAO:
     
  7. goffer

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    for colliezack

    elddis autostratus ek 1999 reg 2000 petrol
     
  8. Terry

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    Hi Goffer,no spelling jibes here :thumb::ROFLMAO: You may find it easier to try your local exhaust fitter who will be able to MODIFY a normal exhaust :thumb: or failing that try the stainless boys who will make one to fit anything and then it will never need doing again :thumb:
    terry
     
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