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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 22-03-2007, 00:39 Thread Starter
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Anyone looking for maxview crankup

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Found this on ebay
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seems a good price.


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Anyone looking for maxview crankup

At first I thought this was a 'wind-up'
but I hear Maxview are looking for them..

It is a good price though
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Having owned one on the last van I know this is a bargain.
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Yes my head of purchasing (Snelly) saw this yesterday. I spoke to them and this price is for ones in damaged boxes although they say there is nothing wrong with the actual crank-up.

I have ordered one from them which I am collecting at Newark although this is a perfect boxed one for £349. I could not get them to agree to take a "damaged" box one to Newark for me.

At £349 still a bargain. I was trying to buy one via Nuke but he tells me Maxview are out at the moment and other prices I got was £399 locally and £420 from Towsure.

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Hi Stew
I am interested in one of these but not to sure about DIY fitting. Are you DIY fitting or paying someone, if so how much ??
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As Snelly has said many times and i have found out my self this last week it is indeed a simple /easy DIY job,
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P.S. if your at newark and dont fancy Diy Im sure myself or others would be happy to fit one for you
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Hi Stew
I am interested in one of these but not to sure about DIY fitting. Are you DIY fitting or paying someone, if so how much ??
Steve F
It is a DIY job. If the weather holds it will be done this w'end. Im going to supervise
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Hi Steve

DIWMMHFM Steve - thats Do it myself with my motorhomefacts mates I think we might have a few to fit


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hi all
i've just put tools in mh for newark so anyone wanting to fit a crankup then feel free to give me a shout and the tools are there (after i've fitted mine of course)
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Thanks for the replies and offers guys. Just ordered the one from ebay that
Karl found.

I am only going to Newark for the day (Sunday) but I will see if I can find the satellite fitting party and have a chat.

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