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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 19-09-2015, 13:10 Thread Starter
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Does that make the 2 pieces remember to stay together?
they are locked in on three and a bit sides so dont move. The topper gives more comfort while still allowing access below.
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Fiat main dealer accessory departments do a good quality tailored cab carpet. It's black with a waterproof backing and very hard wearing and a y embroidered Ducato on it. Has two fixing studs (easy fit) to keep it in place. Mine cost about £40 8 years ago and still going strong after some serious abuse.
but the Knaus chassis is Renault. It does have fixing studs which I used with previous rubber mats, but now the new carpets cover more of the cab area and integrate it better visually with the rest of the motorhome. I have put the rubber mats back and the driver one it cable tied to the steering column.
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A cheaper way would be to glue some old carpet pieces to your slippers
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