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Raymond Wood posted a discussion

Buccaneer beds

Tina I am not a member of the Buccaneer forum so cannot reply on that. The Elan is a two berth and the front lounge should convert to a double easily. If you look at the front of the caravan on the floor there will be a box shaped section, the top of this should be loose and you pull out this and you will find a roll of slats atthached behind it. These run along the front of the seats in the plastic runners to form the bed base. They can be a bit tricky to keep in line sometimes but you will…See More
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Tina Arlidge commented on Marcus Dubois's group Buccaneer
"Hi there, we just bought a 2003 buccaneer Elan. I have not had too much time to look at properly but I am presuming the two single bed/couches do turn into a double bed?  I have no instructions or can't see obviously how to do this, can…"
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Clive Slade replied to mark fitter's discussion motor mover conversion
"It's normally recommended to put it on the rear wheels, that way you can wind the jockey wheel down, and partially lift the front wheels making less drag when turning. Having said that, you may find the Shock absorber, if you have one, dictates…"
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mark fitter replied to mark fitter's discussion motor mover conversion
"cheers for the advice guys. think i will give it a try on its own, anyone advise as to fit it to the front wheels or the rear ones for best result."
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mark fitter replied to mark fitter's discussion motor mover conversion
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Raymond Wood replied to mark fitter's discussion motor mover conversion
"2Not clear what mover you have but some are able to move a twin axle. I wohld check with the manufacturer if this is possible and if that is not possible if two additional motors can be added to the existing ones but it may be the spec has changed…"
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Clive Slade replied to mark fitter's discussion motor mover conversion
"As Dave says, you could do a lot of damage to the controller... each motor can draw around 80amp, which in electronics is a massive current in it's own right, and to then make the item capable of handling twice that would require a lot of…"
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Dave replied to mark fitter's discussion motor mover conversion
"Hi Mark , I would strongly suggest you contact your mover maker and discuss it with them as there may well be problems with controller/motor voltages and ratios etc . "
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mark fitter posted a discussion

motor mover conversion

Hi all can anyone answer this question.I've just changed my single axle to a twin axle, does any one know if I can add a second set of motors to my existing single axle mover so I can use it on the new twin. I have looked at this and think it might be a case of the wiring set up? any ideasSee More
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motor mover conversion

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Tow Bar electrics

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Motorhome layouts

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