Motorhome basin replacement (1 Viewer)

Mar 11, 2013
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since 2005
Some times it's difficult to locate items for older vans unfortunately. My hand basin was a blown plastic basin which was very thin and over time developed a crack. I managed to fiberglass the underneath which solved the problem for a while. Then one day talking to a neighbour that works with fiberglass I asked him if he could make a new basin. He said that if I removed the bowl he could make a mould and produce a better one in a colour of my choice. The end result was great. Perhaps you could look at finding a fiberglass workshop near you.
 
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Jun 18, 2020
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71,892
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Autotrail Apache 700
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5 years
There are 2 places I've used before for motorhome basin replacements, both were great and supplied products that fit perfectly and looked & performed better than the originals (whiter, more rigid, etc.):

Caravan Panels - their website is:

GRP leisure - contact through their Facebook site:

They may be able to match yours with a photo or you may have to browse through their range until you find it, as I did.
 
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Mar 16, 2010
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Carmarthenshire
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In between
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Since 1988
Another vote for GRP Leisure…Derek is a .lovely guy He was recommended by another funster and he did a fantastic job so we have recommended him to quite a few other funsters.
 
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