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New camper conversion project

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Already done last week ...18inch Alloys ,Tein Gold springs, Auto folding door mirrors, New cam belt and water pump ,

The new Denso TT iridium Plugs and a full service

 K&N air filter..... part number (33-2260)

110amp Leisure Battery fitted with split charge system .12v 140amp Intelligent M-Power Relay

Fitted Pioneer Touch screen DAB head unit with dash mike and an Xtrons rear camera fitted .

Center box removed and a new low rear vent box fitted

Front passenger seat swivel .. Now I know that if you fit a swivel you cannot fit a 110amp battery under the seat as well lol, wife's head on ceiling .

Lots more to be getting on with :)







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From them or eBay, get longer than you think you need as I had to buy extra cable to lengthen. Durite brand.


Seat base swivel I now believe they are not selling direct to the public but I know Paul at Newacre cars bought a job lot . Paul is the guy for ALL things Alphard  Inc conversions and LPG installations  I bought my last Van from him cannot recommend him enough. The place to see lots of vans in one place .  http://newacrecars.com/ 

Just mention me Kim Belsey and he will be your guy for parts and Knowledge also runs a club on Facebook stay safe Kim

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