Plastic floor panel between front seats broken (1 Viewer)

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Dec 18, 2014
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I have an Elddis motorhome based on the Peugeot boxer and there is a ribbed plastic panel on the floor between the two front seats. It’s used as part of the walk through from the cab into the back of the unit.
Mine has cracked (so did my previous unit) I can’t find a source for the spare part.
I haven’t tried Elddis direct as it will probably be an arm and a leg! Searching on the internet hasn’t produce a way forward
Any suggestions please?
Many thanks
Basa
 
Apr 13, 2019
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If it’s not structural or load bearing, how about covering it with a bespoke made chequer plate mat?
Just a thought, but have seen this type of matting used to very good cosmetic effect.
 
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Near the junction of the A14 and A1, Cambs
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I have an Elddis motorhome based on the Peugeot boxer and there is a ribbed plastic panel on the floor between the two front seats. It’s used as part of the walk through from the cab into the back of the unit.
Mine has cracked (so did my previous unit) I can’t find a source for the spare part.
I haven’t tried Elddis direct as it will probably be an arm and a leg! Searching on the internet hasn’t produce a way forward
Any suggestions please?
Many thanks
Basa

Ours did that on our 175, so I took it out, flipped it over and glued a 2" wide wooden batten across the back edge where it meets the hab floor and so thick that it touched the cab floor, then I glued lengths of wooden dowel rod in the ribbed recesses the length of the ribbing. Four years on and it is still as solid as a rock. (y)
 
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May 14, 2021
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A photo would help. I may have had similar issue on my Bessacarr on a Ducato so could tell you what my dealer did, if it’s the same.

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Many thanks, sounds like a good solution, I will have a go at your idea

I used Puraflex 40 to bond the bits in as it sticks like the proverbial but has a slight bit of give.

 
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