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old bits and bobs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alex Aug 27, 2009. 3 Replies

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HI MY NAME IS ADE I AM A REGULAR BLOKE WITH A CAMPER A QPOD A SIXTEEN YEAR OLD DOG AND A BAG OF GOLD looking for a oposite pea to get back in the pod oh i am fifty three so i am probablly past most of you . or so you think? i have got the pod insurered and look forward to fun can somepoddy find me some poddies ti love la la la la la la la la
What model of Qpod do you have?
Do you have a motorhome?

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At 9:38 on August 28, 2009, Jaquelyn said…
oh! Many apologies for the gender mix-up. You can't tell unless you look up their bums you see!!
At 20:15 on August 27, 2009, Jaquelyn said…
Now go steady and don't bend her xx
At 18:20 on August 26, 2009, Richard Gerrard said…
You could try they sell kit car bits and may have what you need for the brake.
At 18:18 on August 14, 2009, Doug Harrison said…
Adrian Flux has been our insurer for the pods, we have found them very good, though our longest stay on the continent has only been 7 weeks at any one time.
At 11:04 on August 10, 2009, Doug Harrison said…
There is no problem towing, we have done long trips on the continent, the car will sit there so quietly you will need to check the mirror to make sure it is still with you.
At 10:14 on August 10, 2009, dave glover said…
Hi Adrian the pod tows fine on the rear wheels never had any
Rgards Dave
At 21:05 on August 9, 2009, dave glover said…
Hi Adrian
If you're looking for wheel bearings etc, or general mechanical parts, you will be able to source them from any local parts dealer, or I have found you can get some parts from people who deal with mowing machinery.
The best bet is to remove the part that is broken or worn and take it with you. Most places are very helpful, as well as curious about the QPod!!
Engine parts, I tend to deal with Cunninghams of Norwich, but you might find them to be helpful, but rather expensive.
Hope this helps?
Dave Glover
At 18:21 on August 8, 2009, dave said…
hi, yes they can be very confusing,i,v got a euroliner,its the one in pic,
At 15:24 on August 8, 2009, dave said…
hi, you may be best off goin to cunninghams for that, i,v got 2 of them, both 2000, one i,m keepin the other is for sale, got 2nd one for the colour, as it blue same as camper, (SAD).so changed the panels over and put my old ones on that, so now its blue and not yellow, ha ha
At 11:30 on August 8, 2009, dave said…
hello mate, depends on wot bit you want, if you go to dealers they can be costly, there are places you can get thinks like air fillters, belts, plugs, shocks, i,v got some supplyers that i can put you on too, let me know wot you need and i,ll try and help. got one for sale if you know any one, thanks ted


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