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Old 01-01-2010, 05:47 PM   #1
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Greatings From the UK

Hi to all from the uk
Regards Mike Allegro Bay 38 foot


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Mike, welcome to iRV2. Be interesting to see some info from RVers from the other side of the pond.

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Mike;

Welcome to iRV2. As Ken said, your travel adventures would be interesting to many of us, so post often. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.

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Hello Mike, welcome to this group of friendly RV's,
Would love to hear, how you get along with the 38ft RV on those roads in the UK?

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Regards Mike Allegro Bay 38 foot
And a very BIG "Cherie OH" to you too and thanks for joining us. As previously posted by TW, I too am amazed that we would see any Europeans or British with 38 foot long motorhomes. Please come back and see us from time to time. We'll be looking forward to seeing some pictures of your travels in Jolly Old!

I'm sure that Lorries exceed 38 feet however what we've seen on the tele are people running around in RVs ranging from 25 feet or less. There was a caravan here of really small RVs from Europe and I think the flagship must have been all of 20 feet or so and held together with stickers.
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Thanks to all for the warm greeting
If I could ask for some help
I need to track down some sandwich rubber mountings that join the tag axle to the rear axle of my Allegro tiffin on a P30 chassy
could you pleasae tell me where i can buy some
Regards Mike
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If I could ask for some help
I need to track down some sandwich rubber mountings that join the tag axle to the rear axle of my Allegro Tiffin on a P30 chassy
could you please tell me where i can buy some
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Please Mail jon@brazelsrv.com or mike@brazelsrv.com. They would be one of the better resources to obtain the part you are looking for. I know they are P Series experts.
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