Ford Herald Templar Motorhomes (1 Viewer)

carol ilfracombe

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Nov 15, 2008
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Ilfracombe Devon
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We have just joined you. We purchased a Ford Herald Templar Motorhome in Feb 08 and since have not met anyone or seen any the same or the simular Aragorn model. Does anyone own or knows of anyone who owns one?. We would love to contact fellow owners if anyone can help. Thanks Carol.:Smile:
 

carpediem

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Apr 29, 2008
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Nottingham
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A class
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31 years
Hi,

There is a Club called 'Herald Owners Club' - google it and you will get the address of the Secretary.
I had an Aragon for 3 years in the nineties and was also a member of the club. Not sure whether they are still functioning. If you take the MMM magazine, you could check their listing of clubs.
Happy travels !
 

iceni

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Dec 3, 2007
300
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Birmingham
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961
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Lowline Coachbuilt
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27yrs
Hi the cheif designer at herald (forget his name) went to Autotrail in the late 90s this is why late 90s autotrails look very similar especially around the overcab. look at the cree cherokee etc and you,ll see.

I have just pulled off the advert i bet you purcahsed from and it looks nice. You never forget your first van anyway. Have happy times

Phill

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Catty1979

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I’m a newbie
I just bought my first motorhome which is a Ford herald Templar and am also looking for fellow owners. I’m trying to figure out how some of the stuff inside works and also what the tyre pressures should be
 

Emmit

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Aug 14, 2009
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Hi i have one and i am looking for advice on tyre pressures and the boiler which is not filling up with water.

Go to a weighbridge and find out the weight of each axle. The 'van should be fully loaded as if you were about to go away for your hols (including water and fuel.

With those figures go to this site.

Ascertain, using the figures provided, the tyre pressures.

Job done.

PS. It doesn't matter that the site above is for caravans. They also use tyres (y)
 

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