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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 21-06-2021, 18:49 Thread Starter
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Rear corner bumper for 2005 Adria Coral 650SP

Contacted my local Adria dealer today to try and get a new rear corner bumper for my 2005 Adria Coral 650SP to be told that they couldn't help as it wasn't in production anymore!!

I can't believe nobody has any stock of these anywhere in the country, can anyone help point me in the direction as to where I may find one?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 21-06-2021, 19:24
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I think if there are any stocks you will have to pay through the nose for one.......................that looks to me like a relatively straightforward repair job.

It'll never be the same, but we found it a great liberation to realise we could never do/afford to keep everything as new and started to "bodge" jobs that worked just as well but not as pretty.

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As you don't say where you are we can't help much, there will be one on a shelf somewhere maybe, but you'd be better of going to your local coachbuilder, they will just repair it, then buy a reversing camera
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YOU will have to have one made or repair the existing one one off the best in this field is AW Motorhome Bumbers Canvey Island Essex tel 01268680606
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Sorry, new to this and didn't realise my error!

I live in Fife and work in Dundee.

I did wonder if it could be repaired but no idea where to start.

P.S. I do have a reversing camera fitted, it wasn't done reversing!

All help appreciated obviously
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I don't mind if it has to be repaired, just not sure where to start and don't want to get ripped off
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Excuse my humour, it's how we run on forums, I have to get my bumper sorted too so I was happy to see the thread you started, I was going to attempt it myself but not sure how well I'd do, I think my section might come off but not really looked at it as it's not stopping us using the van.

It almost looks as if it was cut out. there is the problem of matching the colour and sheen of the paint too.

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Made me think about it now, I could repair mine with GRP paste smooth it as good as possible, and as the shape has a natural break point I could maybe spray both sides a contrasting grey or even sating black and it not look too bad, a cheap fix?
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