Our first motorhome

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  1. thebobajob

    thebobajob

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    We've finally, after much umming and aaahing, bought our first motorhome.

    Our 1989 2.0 Petrol Fiat Ducato Highwayman has been beautifully kept and recently repaired and we are looking forward to a summer of trips with our very excited children.

    A couple of things we do need help with:

    A friend looking around our new purchase managed to snap the drivers side interior door handle (don't ask me how). Apart from trying spare parts searches online does anyone know of specialists who may be able to help me replace it?

    And does anyone know of where we can get a cheap bunk ladder?

    Looking forard to being a member of this site and to many happy weekends away.

    Bob
     
  2. peter marshall

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    Hi Bob
    Welcome to the site, enjoy your new van, any probs ask away somebody will have the answer. Pete :thumb: :welcome::welcome::welcome:
     
  3. lilaclil

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    you'll have lots of fun!

    we've just sold our van.... very sad :cry:
     
  4. motorhomelover

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    I used a cheap loft ladder when the wooden one snaped on mine

    you can get them on Ebay too

    welcome to the forums you will have loads of fun
    i started with a small coach built and then on to an a class now i have an RV the only way is up LOL
     
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  5. PaulyP

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    Bunk bed ladders

    Hi and welcome,::bigsmile:::bigsmile:

    I needed a ladder for my Hymer, on ebay i found stricklybedsandbunks got one from them a lot cheaper than a hymer ladder although i had to adapt it a bit it works perfectly.:thumb::thumb:
     
  6. thebobajob

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    Thanks for the hints

    Thanks for the hints everyone, going to try and get away tomorrow for the first time whatever the weather!
     
  7. slobadoberbob

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    Welcome to MHF

    Welcome Also from us. Great site.

    Bob
     
  8. Wildman

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    Hi and welcome to the site, enjoy the van. a breakers yard is the best place for a replacement handle no idea on the bunk ladder, I'd just make one.
     
  9. Carol

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    Hello and welcome to Motorhome Fun, try and get along to a fun rally sometime and meet lots of like minded folk always willing to give help and advice. :welcomefunster:and of course have fun.
     
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