What was the biggest single issue with your Motorhome (1 Viewer)

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Jul 25, 2022
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Burstner
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July 2022
As relative newbies to MH's, we were probably very lucky to have ended up with a model that pretty much meets our needs, despite it being an emotional decision and one taken at speed. We could very well have ended up with a MH that, having taken a few trips, turned out to be unsuitable. But that doesn't mean everything about our bus is great. Before I begin, a little context. We purchased our first MH in August last year; a new Burstner Lyseo Harmony Line, TD 680G with 9 speed auto. It's just me and my partner, no dogs or kids. The biggest gripe we have is the opposing bench seating. Don't get me wrong, it was one of the things that attracted us to the vehicle. We liked the fact that we could sit opposite each other when eating or just talking, and with the table adjustable (folds in half, moves up and down and horizontaly in both axis), it seemed a great place to sit....until you tried it for any length of time. There just isn't enough depth to the bottom seat cushions, and for someone like me, being nearly 6'3", I found the lack of support quite painful after any length of time. Even my partner, at 5'8", would get uncomfortable. It started to sour the overall positive impression we had of the Burstner.
 
Feb 19, 2018
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87,923
EAST ANGLIA
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52,484
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Murvi Morello
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Since 1975
My biggest single issue with my PVC in the past has been..... why do they fit 12mm water pipes & fitting to the habitation, instead of the 15mm parts which are easily found at most DIY stores!

Trying to source 12mm can sometimes be a real pain. :mad:
 
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Lenny HB

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Oct 18, 2007
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On the coast in West Sussex
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658
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Carthago Compactline
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Since 2008 & many years tugging
My biggest single issue with my PVC in the past has been..... why do they fit 12mm water pipes & fitting to the habitation, instead of the 15mm parts which are easily found at most DIY stores!

Trying to source 12mm can sometimes be a real pain. :mad:
Even worse 10mm on most German vans.
 
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