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That's very impressive.
Where did you source the lifter assembly from?

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I've just had that done under a recall by Peugeot
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bigcats, not like that one you haven't.

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That's very impressive.
Where did you source the lifter assembly from?
Here John
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2611939122...84.m1439.l2649

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I've just had that done under a recall by Peugeot
Yes as John said not like this one.
These are manufactured Jan 2012 and have no issues.

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Hi Andy,
I am interested in following your example as I am about to take delivery of a new m'home and could do with not taking up space for my spare wheel in the garage.

Please would you tell me what size of steel box section you used to mount the lifting kit.

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The box is 75x50x3mm and in my case 1288 long
I used 75x50 angle iron but in hindsight 50x50 will do.

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bigcats, not like that one you haven't.
You've miss understood me

They have just fitted that for me under a recall when I took mine in for a service

IE it didn't cost me anything
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Bit of misunderstanding on both sides then.
I thought you were referring to the lifter unit , which is the later style rather than the older style one you have had replaced under warranty because there had been failures of the original design.
So they replaced your original one, not fitted one where none was previously.

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