T25 Auto-Sleeper Propex vents

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T25 Auto-Sleeper Propex vents

Post by scholsey on Tue Mar 06, 2012 6:46 pm

HI guys,

I'm currently in the process of getting the propex heater back in order in my 1987 T25 auto-sleeper. The unit seems to work fine, but needed to replace the exhaust and inlet pipes as they were beyond repair. Sourced these from Propex, but when I came to attach the exhaust pipe to the sill mounted vent it fell apart!

Any ideas if and where these vents could be purchased? Propex claim they are not one of their parts. I'm awaiting a response from auto sleeper.

Thanks in advance

Scholsey


Last edited by CruizingComet on Mon Mar 19, 2012 4:39 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Moved to "classic models" forum as more likely to receive a reply there)
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Re: T25 Auto-Sleeper Propex vents

Post by markhale10 on Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:19 am

Hi,
Sorry, I know it's an old post so guess you must have sourced some pipe?
I have just this week stripped down my Propex unit to service and get working again successfully, however like you, the exhaust tube/pipe has corroded. I wonder where you found some as I can't source it either.
Thanks,
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Re: T25 Auto-Sleeper Propex vents

Post by -mojo- on Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:50 pm

I'm afraid that Scholsey posted this originally at 6:46pm on Tuesday Mar 6 2012, and their last visit was 6:46pm on Tuesday Mar 6 2012 - so you may not get a reply!

I would recommend that you contact one of the companies that fit vehicle blown air heating systems (e.g. Eberspacher, Webasto and of course Propex). They may not have exactly the right size fittings, but they will probably have something that can be made to work.
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Re: T25 Auto-Sleeper Propex vents

Post by peugeotboxer on Sat Jan 26, 2013 5:49 pm

markhale10 wrote:Hi,
Sorry, I know it's an old post so guess you must have sourced some pipe?
I have just this week stripped down my Propex unit to service and get working again successfully, however like you, the exhaust tube/pipe has corroded. I wonder where you found some as I can't source it either.
Thanks,
Mark


Use to use these at work. They supply (or did) Webasto and the like exhaust pipe. Buy it by the meter.
Loads of different diameter
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Re: T25 Auto-Sleeper Propex vents

Post by peugeotboxer on Fri Feb 01, 2013 1:16 pm

Ooops....sorry, forgot the link:

http://www.allspares.co.uk/

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