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womble1963
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Post: # 17234Post womble1963
March 17th, 2017, 8:30 pm

Hi
We are Chris & Gill new to the Group but not to Demountable's . We have a very damp Arctic Fox at the moment.
Buy in hast repent at leisure lol .


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Looking forwarded to seeing other members Demountable's and picking up hints
and tip's . :)

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zildjian
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Location: Tooooo far from the coast!

Re: Newbie

Post: # 17235Post zildjian
March 17th, 2017, 9:10 pm

Good evening Chris & Gill , welcome the group, tell us some more about your soggy arctic :)
(send me a picture and i'll add it here)





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mjb666
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Location: Surrey. M3-Junction 4.

Re: Newbie

Post: # 17236Post mjb666
March 17th, 2017, 9:28 pm

Welcome to the Group Chris & Gill,

This damp Arctic, what pick up do you have it matched with?

Mike & Wendy.
2005 Mitsubishi L200 Single Cab 4x2
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womble1963
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 17238Post womble1963
March 17th, 2017, 11:13 pm

Hi Mike & Wendy
I did have it mounted on the back of a Transit crewcab . Which i fitted air suspension to but iv'e no got a
RH/Drive GMC crewcab Fire Engine that im going to modify to fit it to as it rated at 4500kg pay load .
It's a 6 litre diesel auto and drives really nice .

Cheers Chris

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zildjian
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Post: # 17239Post zildjian
March 18th, 2017, 7:10 am

There aren't many arctic here in the UK,
now and again one pops up for sale but doubt the numbers are in double figures mostly because of the size and the vehicle they need to carry them,
see a lot more on Continent I think We have a German member rebuilt one that was also damp towards back of camper

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Madmountainman
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Post: # 17243Post Madmountainman
March 18th, 2017, 7:51 am

Howdy from Rich & Sandy.

womble1963
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Post: # 17244Post womble1963
March 18th, 2017, 10:55 am

Hi zildjian

Not sure how to post pictures on here im rubbish on computers .Yes when the guy dropped the Fox off it was a bit of a shock :o with the size lol . My North Star was a lot smaller . We are trying to dry it out at the moment with a big cover over it but this weather with all the wind has not helped .

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saDgit
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Location: Aups, France (most of the time)

Re: Newbie

Post: # 17245Post saDgit
March 18th, 2017, 11:36 am

womble1963 wrote:Hi zildjian

Not sure how to post pictures on here im rubbish on computers .
Hi Chris and Gill, welcome to the forum. Posting pics is very straightforward. Just go to Richard's first post in this thread and follow the steps: HERE

Good luck with the Arctic Fox, it should serve you well if it's not too damaged.
Martin

Previous demountables: Island Plastics 'Suntrekker' on P100, S.Karosser 'EC8L' on Ranger supercab
Current demountables: Rhino 'Safari' hardside and self-built pop-top on Ranger double cab

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zildjian
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Post: # 17264Post zildjian
March 19th, 2017, 8:35 pm

Love to see some interior pics as well please :)

womble1963
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 17266Post womble1963
March 19th, 2017, 8:58 pm

Hi Richard
Thanks to Martin Gill worked out how to put the picture on will hopefully send some more over soon .
She had to have a lay down after racking her brain on that one :? lol

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