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Post by Fragle on Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:25 pm

Hi wonder if anybody can help?  We pick up our van on Saturday first time auto-sleeper so still getting to know the van. Also downsizing.
The question is are the roof bars useable or for show? and in the bathroom has anybody fitted an extra vanity unit to the wall for extra storage?  All answers will be helpful thanks.  smile!
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Post by burlingtonboaby on Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:25 pm

Fragle wrote:Hi wonder if anybody can help?  We pick up our van on Saturday first time auto-sleeper so still getting to know the van. Also downsizing.
The question is are the roof bars useable or for show? and in the bathroom has anybody fitted an extra vanity unit to the wall for extra storage?  All answers will be helpful thanks.  smile!
Hi Fragle
Sorry carn't help with your queries ,however how old is your Border terrier? Our wee BT,Maisie is 16 in November, deaf as a post,still enjoys chasing balls and loves her food.(like me).  hugegrins
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Post by Fragle on Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:37 pm

burlingtonboaby wrote:
Fragle wrote:Hi wonder if anybody can help?  We pick up our van on Saturday first time auto-sleeper so still getting to know the van. Also downsizing.
The question is are the roof bars useable or for show? and in the bathroom has anybody fitted an extra vanity unit to the wall for extra storage?  All answers will be helpful thanks.  smile!
Hi Fragle
Sorry carn't help with your queries ,however how old is your Border terrier? Our wee BT,Maisie is 16 in November, deaf as a post,still enjoys chasing balls and loves her food.(like me).  hugegrins
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Hi Ruby is supposed to be 5 she was a rescue from Wales.  (I don't mean that the way it sounds).   hugegrins border terrier cross they said. they also said she won't shed her coat. Thank god for Dyson.   hoover   We think she is more patterdale to be honest. laziest dog I've ever had. not interested unless a beach is involved.   smile!
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Post by Wargenwolf on Tue Jun 06, 2017 10:38 pm

Fragle wrote:Hi wonder if anybody can help?  We pick up our van on Saturday first time auto-sleeper so still getting to know the van. Also downsizing.
The question is are the roof bars useable or for show? and in the bathroom has anybody fitted an extra vanity unit to the wall for extra storage?  All answers will be helpful thanks.  smile!
If your van was ordered by yourselves as a new build, it's highly likely that the roof rails are the standard fit cosmetic rails, which are not load bearing.

An optional upgrade by the factory to load bearing bars will see the originals replaced with a Fiamma roof system and Fiamma canopy, in place of the Thule Omnistor.

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