Discussion in 'Renault' started by traveller, Jan 20, 2008.
Anyone have a Renault base motorhome please
I have a Renault Master 3L (Burstner).
We have a Chausson which is based upon the Master 3litre chassis/cab which has been very good so far.
1996 traffic self( wrecked)built
:Cool: We had a 1991 Renault Master campervan during the summer of 2006. It was a great camper. Lot's of character and would do 40mph all day long if you wanted to?
We have a 2007 Devon Monaco based on the master with Quickshift semi-automatic gearbox.
Only done a few hundred miles since buying it in January but in my opinion it rides much better than my old Pavo which was on the Boxer chassis.
Unlike the new Boxer series, probably because it is not a new van, there is not a huge list of faults and complaints waiting to be cleared. Mine doesn't leak water onto the engine nor does it shudder in reverse.
So far I am very happy but it's early days yet.
Your doing something wrong,
Take it back immediately
Hi guys and galls, ive just stumbled across this forum as i'm looking to try and find out how easy it would be to convert my renault master chassis cab into a motorhome any help and advice on where to get a motorhome body from???
many thanks James
djchapple - If my eyes read it right you posted a year ago, I for one would be very interested in your experiences, good or bad, over the past year as I am considering getting a MH based on the Renault Master with autobox. It seems they only do the 2.5L now albeit with different BHP levels.
I had a Renult van conversion Devon Monoco prior to the current motorhome that I only changed as I needed more room, I was very happy with it. We visited Scotland 3 times and never had any trouble with either the van or climbing any hills. We found that we got 30/34 mpg with no effort. It would travel at 70 all day.
I was sorry to see it go.
We have a Renault 3L Autotrail miami very pleased with it:thumb:
I also have Renault master based m/h its a homecar pr62 2008 reg have problems with fridge and a leak on the roof caused by over energetic cleaning eyeball light fittings are difficult to remove would like any info on how to remove them without knackering them or the ceiling
hi Aman and welcome....
You may be better asking the questions in a new thread......this thread is almost 5 years old and may get overlooked.
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