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Subject Topic: How to scrap a trailer tent????
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Message posted by jammybird on 28/2/2011 at 9:42pm
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Hi following a bad winter.no indoor storage and a puppy with a penchant for canvas we are sadly scrapping our trailer tent :( firstly I have a number of related items up for grabs reasonable offers..but how do I scrap the trailer part?????......please help lol by the way we are lincolnshire based.thanks in advance

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Message posted by Tigermouse on 28/2/2011 at 9:47pm
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Why scrap it? If it's in useable condition advertise it as it is, somebody will be able to make use of it. My ex uses our old one for transporting his gardening equipment to and from the gardens he works on.

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Message posted by StaffWolf82 on 28/2/2011 at 9:59pm
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Is it a conway cruiser? I'm after an awning if you have one. Bit of a long shot i know.

Message posted by jammybird on 28/2/2011 at 10:07pm
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It is a conway cruiser and I do have an awning.....it has had some repairs to it but would happily let it go to a new home for between ten and twenty quid. Its burgandy.....have full set of curtains and an awning carpetting for extra if interestef

Message posted by art b on 28/2/2011 at 10:45pm
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put it on ebay as a trailer..someone else will take it away and give you beer money...

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Message posted by campinkev on 28/2/2011 at 11:01pm
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Hi' is it the burgundy and gray what condition is the roof in cheers kev

Message posted by StaffWolf82 on 28/2/2011 at 11:02pm
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Yeah i'll take it as long its in ok shape. it's the wrong colour but we have no awning at the moment so it would be better than nothing. Could look into a new canvas for it in future. Is there a private message facility on here so I could give you my number or visa versa.

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No pm facility on here unfortunately - you can contact admin and ask them to pass your email addy on to jammybird.

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Nevermind. My number is 07828891603. Definately keen on your awning, curtains and carpet. Give me a call, or a text and i can call you back.

Regards, Russ.


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Sorry not got back to anyone I will get some pics at the weekend and picture message if you like I also have bed compartments and roof liner and I think I have an undertent thingy (!!!) And full set of curtsins. All are grey/burg poles on awning are colour coded forbease of putting up

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No probs.I was hoping to come and collect the stuff on Saturday if possible? How much would you want for awning, curtains and carpet?

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Hi All

Check that the zip pitch is the same as Conway or rather the awning manufacturers had a habit of changing the zip pitch on different coloured awnings. Burgandy/Grey will not fit a 1995 green/cream.



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I'll check that Conway, thanks. Why did they do that?

Message posted by 89angela on 02/3/2011 at 6:23pm
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No-one seems to know why Conway changed the zips - it's a damn nuisance for FC owners looking for spares.

Not the end of the world though, canvas repair centre in Newcastle (u-l) will fit you a new zip for a very reasonable price.

 


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if your breaking it up mate i could do with a transit cover for my conway contiki! let me know a price.

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Jammybird  can you not claim for repairs on you insurance????

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