Dan Dee wrote:Not took any pictures of the destiny yet but its a 1995 with the high sides and built in fridge and under floor heater (a bit worried about carbon monoxide so probably won't use it) the wheel bearings feel like they have alot of play in them and the hand brake barely works are they easy to adjust/fix?
Re the heater see [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
As for the brakes start off with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
If you want a more step by step or pictorial guide then Indespensions guide is what you want. Indespension don't list the guide on their website. It's for sale on eBay here [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
though you might find that expensive. It's long story (all mine are) but I have several of these left over if you PM me with your address I will post you one. Can't be bothered to ask you to post a cheque for a few quid but you will be charged 2 pints if we ever camp together.
If you get to the point of needing to knock out the bearing but are worried about twisting it and damaging the seat when using a punch 1) you don't 2)a suitable socket would drift it out squarely but if you cant find one a nut fronted Rawlbolt will expand to knock the bearing out squarely when it is punched in it's centre. Used them to knock out motorcycle wheel bearings where you can never use a suitably sized drift.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Are you sending the email address some photos and posting a full ad for your Designer? Advantage of this is even if it doesn't sell on here we ask you loads of questions so your ad on eBay covers everything!