Gasit/Gaslow Discount

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  1. Serendipitous

    Serendipitous Funster

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    Hi
    Anyone have a discount code for Gasit or Gaslow. Systems?

    Seen on other forums mention of discount codes, potential 5-10%

    Unless of course you know a cheaper place to buy and or have fitted.

    Any help appreciated
     
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    Gasit , mhfungas , 5%
     
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    Folks thanks, also asked do a quote from Eddievanbitz.
     
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    Go Motorhomes in Luton sell and fit the gaslow systems of there hire fleet at a good discount. Thats were i had mine done and it was an good service. they are just off the M1 near Luton they have a website

    Nelly
     
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    what's the average price for fitting a Gasfit or Gaslow system?
     
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    I don't think there is an answer to that unless you mean labour only and even then there are variables
     
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    It takes an hour when you do it yourself.. It only involves drilling a 70mm hole for the fill point, cant you borrow a hole drill ??
     
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    The problem is people ask for fitting and when you go to do it they haven't got all the parts required or wrong length hoses etc. DIY is best because it matters not how long it takes
     
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    Even easier and less nerve racking if you use the small square filler only need about a 30mm hole.
     
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    Most people who have items like 70mm cutters and arbor etc went out and spent considerable money to have them just so they can lend them out too :LOL:
     
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    What did you do to it?

    I drilled a hole in my concrete floor while I'd borrowed it for my clothes lone lol

    We give 10% discount to motorhomeFun subscribers fron the published price list

    Eddie
     
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    And usually never get them back!
     
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    ONLY involves , I had sleepless nights planning that job . turns out it was only a 70mm hole :LOL:
     
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    Any job I have ever done in my life I have bought the tools to do the job. I figure the money saved in not paying someone else more than covers it. I'd not dream of being cheeky enough to cop a freebie especially with consumables like cutters.
    You also need a hole in the gas locker below floor level to take the filler pipe out to the fill point and preferably through a bush.
     
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    IF you do buy one, it doesn't NEED to be industrial grade boron coated molybdenum steel with a lifetime guarantee !!
    You are only going to drill through plastic !!!!! :LOL::LOL:
    Go on !! You know you want to !! :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Good point but many skirts are hard drawn aluminium like pre swift autocruise and I wouldn't want to risk a second hand cutter out of a plumbers bag with perhaps a bent pilot bit too :ROFLMAO:
    [​IMG]
     
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    Oh dear.. A bit pedantic, but very true, however I did say if you decide to BUY one then it doesn't need the NASA stamp on it.. (y)
     
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