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Old 05-11-2008, 09:28 PM   #1
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A small improvement which facilitates my life !


I find the bumper of my TT too small to insert the adapter of the evacuation pipe. It enters inside but it is always a battle to release it.

To put a ABS round pipe could be a solution, but on T1950 there is not a lot of place to install one.

My solution, enlarge the end of the bumper. I used a wooden box (5x5x5) which I already had,

I cut the bottom of the box

I used the existing hole in the bumper to fix the box. Two coats of black flat paint and a piece of velcro to prevent the latch from opening. Price 0,00$

The next operation, repaint the bumper.



Je trouve le pare-choc de la roulotte trop petit pour y insérer l'adaptateur du tuyau d'évacuation. Il entre mais c'est toujours une bataille pour le ressortir.

Poser un tuyau rond en ABS pouvait être une solution, mais sur une T1950 il n'y a pas beaucoup d'endroit pour en installer un.

Ma solution, grossir le bout du pare-choc. J'ai utilisé une boîte de bois (5x5x5) que j'avais déjà, j'ai découpé le fond de la boîte et j'ai utilisé le trou déjà existant dans le pare-choc pour la fixer.

Deux couches de peinture noire matte et un morceau de velcro pour empêcher le fermoir de s'ouvrir. Prix 0,00$

Prochaine opération, repeindre le pare-choc.

Normand - Châteauguay, Québec
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Old 05-11-2008, 09:38 PM   #2
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Excellent idea!!!! Thanks for sharing...............Marshall

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Old 06-01-2008, 12:19 PM   #3
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Nice Idea and good job. Thanks for sharing the pics. They really help.

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