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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 15-09-2019, 11:12 Thread Starter
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Anyone know what this is used for please?

Ii must be something to do with Motorhomes because it is a Movera on line camping shop product that looks as if it has not been used.

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No photo Jan.


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No photo Jan.

Funny I just edittedded it and put the photo on, here tis agen.
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The part number shows it to be a 1 metre plastic coated pipe for gas installation.
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The part number shows it to be a 1 metre plastic coated pipe for gas installation.
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I have just looked at the label and that is exactly what it says, if I had opened my eyes I would have seen it, thank you so much, now I know its no use to me.

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If there is a handle on the other end it could be a Scissors Jack crank.

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If there is a handle on the other end it could be a Scissors Jack crank.
Its OK Drew, I have been told on facts what it is and if I had looked at the label properly it tells me it is a 1 mtr long 8 X 1mm gasrohr / gas pipe. Hans must have used some of it for something he was experimenting with because a bit has been cut off.

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