I suspect that our Dandy is riding a little low. For reference, it is an orange and white four berth (4' wide body.)
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I was just about to take umbrage when I realised you meant your camping locations.Retro wrote:As you can see we aren't really into organised sites..
The brakes are cable.Tow Itch wrote:No a four it is then.
Ah someone retro fitted a heater. It's always the heater that grounds.
We need a chat or you need to see how Helen's Dads project comes out.
New suspension equals new brakes and if you are on rod brakes they are not compatible. So that could be a new coupling. Though people have just bought the stub axles and re fitted old brake backplates.
Helen's Dad has some other scheme on the go at the moment.
Is your spare wheel carrier underneath? If so we cannot see where you are going to squeeze the heater in.hannah3dog wrote:Hi - you've got me thinking - I'm about to fit a heater to an orange Dandy4. I wonder if its worth raising the heater in the dandy on spacers an inch or two. The flue should still work ok and although it would be a bit of an obstruction it could almost double the clearance below. I lot of campsites seem to have a raised strip of grass down the centre of the road in addition to pointy speed humps everywhere.
I'm planning to fit it directly behind the axle - the brake rods are in the way at the front. I already have a spare wheel at the back. Any thoughts from anyone?
I haven't got a grill for my heater - if anybody happened to have a spare I'd buy it off them other wise I'll have to bastardize an old shopping trolley