Motorhome Club Of South-Africa

Motorwoonwa Klub Van Suid-Afrika

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Name: Drika Simmons 

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Ons benodig raad asb.  Ons m/benz avalon benodig shocks voor en wiel balansering..  Omdat dit so hoog is, kan plekke ons nie help nie.  Waar in die oosrand is n handelaar wat ons kan help asb.  Dankie
I am urgently look for an a-frame tow bar for my Hyundai Atos, to tow it with an Iveco Discoverer 4. At this stage I can use one of somebody, hire it or buy. It is very urgent.

Thank you,

Daleen
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Good Afternoon.Could you help me as I have tried all over without success. I purchased the above MotorHome, although old,  in excellent condition. 80000km. I can not work out how to light/use the geyser. Unfortunately the original owner has left South Africa.

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Murray Harris
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I have just bought a 2002 Fiat Auto Roller 2l Turbo Diesel imported from the UK and discovered that it does not have an a/c so plan to fit one guided by Fiat in Somerset West or Kuils River Can anyone give me any potential pitfalls that I may encounter please

Kind Regards 
David Duncan
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Hi Happy Campers

Please see the request below regarding a “drumming noise from the rear axle”.

Thanks.

 

Can you tell me if you know any of the other members have had any experience with getting their double rear wheels balanced? 

 

I have an Avante on a Hyundai H100 chassis with double wheels at the back and get a drumming noise from the rear axle at times, I assume it is due to unbalanced wheels and am wondering what the best way is to sort this out. 

 

I have heard of on vehicle wheel balancing and am wondering if this will be the best solution.

 

Thanks

 

John Brinkman