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Yes ^^^ thats where I got my inspiration from, I did refurb my 'Camping' badge with a chrome pen but it didn't last. The stick on chrome letters work well, they're just a bit fiddly.
I refurbed mine with satin black spray for the base and some lazer cut metalic sticky letters from fleabay for about £5. Fairly easy to do, you just have to be careful placing the individual letters on, it turned out really well.
I stained mine with a water based stain, I learnt to let them completely dry out before varnishing. I've also gone for a satin finish but have used gloss on the inner kitchen surfaces as its hard wearing and waterproof.
- 06 Jun 2020, 09:01
- Forum: Bodywork, Seats & Glass
- Topic: Some advice on sealing the fridge vents
- Replies: 18
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Think the op wants to get rid of the vents not re-enstate them, welding in a patch and getting that looking right would be pretty skilled though.
I've got an awning rail attached to my EMC hightop, it was already fitted when I bought the van. It works well and is set at a good height, I've used it a lot and never had a problem with it. I've got two awnings and a sun canopy, all of which slide on. I'd need to check but pretty sure that its att...
- 22 May 2020, 20:36
- Forum: Mechanical
- Topic: Running fine on driveway - cuts out when driving
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1070
Have you checked that fuel is getting to the pump from the tank? Is the fuel filter ok?
- 17 May 2020, 08:14
- Forum: Restoration and Major Repairs
- Topic: Make Autosleeper Great Again
- Replies: 71
- Views: 9333
Good work, nice to see you putting in the time and effort to restore your van. Its unbelievable what some previous owners will do to sell a van
Hi and welcome to the forum! I'll have a go at 2, 3 and 4, check all the fuel lines as if you've found a perished one you're probably going to find others, they're a fire risk. There should be only one fuel filter which should be just after the fuel tank underneath, if there's a filter in the engine...