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Post by Gromit on Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:09 am

Back again Malcolm

Unfortunately It's as I thought.

Each leg will go into the other's socket, but in both cases they don't fit very well and would wobble too much.

Dave smile!
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Post by malc&jenny2 on Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:13 am

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Post by daisy mae on Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:42 am

Has anyone put one of these swan neck brackets on a Clubman?.

Looking at mine, there is a ledge 1.5 "from the seat  as a support for the bed extension, perhaps if a deeper bracket was used to enable it to clear the ledge, could go near to the bulkhead as it is flat there, if it would work in use.

I had one in my Topaz, fixed to the bulkhead, and was used a lot, could take the pole out , so if needing the bed in the clubman could take the pole out, just a thought. my mind goes in overdrive when thinking of improvements. would keep gangway clear.
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Post by PLOUGHLIN on Thu Aug 25, 2016 12:03 pm

Could you cut a slot in the ledge to let the post lie against the bulkhead.

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Post by daisy mae on Thu Aug 25, 2016 1:13 pm

That's an idea,  but as my DIY days are not as prevalent as they once were, arthritis, so have to leave a lot of jobs to others, namely pay for them. once upon a time I wouldn`t have hesitated suppose age related things catch up with us eventually.

Have rung AS, Mark is away until next Tuesday,  have booked a habitation service for the 9th Sept. so perhaps get it done there if Mark thinks it is feasible, reception says he may have done it before on a Clubman.

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Post by daisy mae on Thu Aug 25, 2016 1:18 pm

Gromit wrote:Back again Malcolm

Unfortunately It's as I thought.

Each leg will go into the other's socket, but in both cases they don't fit very well and would wobble too much.

Dave smile!

For  my Fiamma leg, I  bought a shorter length of pole,  that wobbled, so I put some adhesive tape on it at the bottom as far up as the pole would fit in the Fiamma so wasn`t noticeable, I used black  insulation tape, it works, I use Fiamma outside, not enough width for inside use, hence the swan neck .
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