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#1 General Discussion » After Market Cruise Control » 2023-09-20 19:17:28

Graydog
Replies: 2

Anyone in the group tried to fit an after market "Cruise Control Kit" to one of these vans?

#2 Maintenance » Peugeot Expert Teepe, Gleneagles conversion » 2021-10-19 10:59:58

Graydog
Replies: 0

Just wondering if anyone has had trouble sourcing spare parts for this model?
I am looking for some adjustable rear shock-absorbers to help raise the back end can any one advise please.

#3 Re: General Discussion » Electric Conversion » 2019-12-28 11:03:21

Yeah I've seen that but was hoping to get away with paying a little bit (a lot) less than what they will probably be asking for it.

#4 General Discussion » Electric Conversion » 2019-12-27 13:31:19

Graydog
Replies: 3

Hi there,
Has anyone on this site tried, thought or heard about converting one these vehicles to run with an electric motor
I know that VW type 2's have been electrified as well as a Nissan van that has and been turned into a camper.
So if there are people with any information or links to websites I would be very grateful.
regards Stephen

#5 Re: General Discussion » Peugeot Expert Tepee Ride hight » 2019-11-24 11:46:55

Thanks for replying Vaz2121 it probably does have extra weight due to the lowering of the centre floor area for the wheelchair access but I've stripped all the seating and other items so that should have helped the ride hight,
if you could send me the link to these Russian spacers I would be grateful.
Cheers

#6 General Discussion » Peugeot Expert Tepee Ride hight » 2019-11-21 15:27:01

Graydog
Replies: 5

Hi everyone, I've recently changed my Dispatch for a Expert Tepee (Gleneagles conversion) and I am certain the ride hight is much lower than on my van, does any one have any idea's on how to increase the ride hight?

#7 Re: Camper Conversions » Minimum Cooking Facilities - Legislation and Guidance » 2019-11-13 10:51:15

These new rules are exactly why I have gone for a Day van with an emergency bed facility, I've built a camping box with cooker ring 12v cool box and storage for cups plates and water.
I know it's not what everyone wants but it suits me and takes very little effort to remove and install and means I can still use it as a full size van.

#8 Re: Camper Conversions » Front seats » 2019-11-13 10:33:29

Changed my 08 Dispatch for an 2011 Expert Teepee conversion only wish I had taken the X-Trail seats I had installed in my old van they were a lot more comfortable and much better support.

#9 Spare Parts » Two Single rear seats for expert or dispatch » 2019-08-27 20:44:01

Graydog
Replies: 1

I've got two single rear seat's in really good condition from a Gleneagles disabled conversion also an interior spare wheel mounting bracket
Haven't put them up for sale on an internet site yet so haven't got a link to add to ebay but just get in touch if your interested
Cheers

#10 Re: Camper Conversions » Front seats » 2019-08-27 20:18:55

Sorry about the delay in replying Anchor, not really sure about the age or model of X-trail just saw a pair locally that look good with very little wear.
I fitted them by using 1.5 inch X 1 inch Rectangular steel tube and off setting the mounting holes It also gave the seat an one inch lift which I think is good benefit for anyone of 6 foot or over.

#11 Re: Camper Conversions » Front seats » 2019-08-06 15:10:26

Fitted a very comfortable pair of Nissan X-trail seats to my 2008 Dispatch the biggest job was shortening the passenger seat chassis but really look the part.

#12 General Discussion » Replacing door mirrors » 2019-02-03 14:26:50

Graydog
Replies: 0

Hi there
I have seen a post on here about the spilt door mirror's available for the 08 dispatches but has any one got any links to information on changing the mirrors?
It doesn't look to be difficult but would just like to have the heads up before I start.
Cheers

#13 Re: Camper Conversions » Refilable Gas Cylinders...Anyone using them? » 2019-01-16 21:15:42

My refillable gas bottle only holds about 1.5litres, the main reason I use gas in such a small bottle is to fit in the space I have built for it and I only really use it to make cups of tea and coffee so don't need a larger bottle (as I say mine is a day van rather than a camper van), I fill it from any larger gas bottle I can manage to turn upside down using a gas line I bought from ebay which works fine for me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHYpor_a0jQ 

Similar method to this

#14 Re: General Discussion » Wing mirrors » 2019-01-16 20:55:07

How easy are these wing mirrors to change I am looking to tour Europe soon and these would be a big advantage as well as looking better?
Yes these are as easy to fit as they seem to be!!!
And although very happy with how they look, the drivers side mirror isn't as effective as I hoped it would be and am considering changing back to the old ones.

#15 Re: Camper Conversions » Refilable Gas Cylinders...Anyone using them? » 2019-01-09 11:40:22

I have a small refillable propane bottle I acquired in Germany which has a screw valve to release any air left inside when filling,
I use it to fire the twin cooker in my day van it gives me several hours(5-6) usage which is more than adequate for my needs.
I can send pictures and more information should any one be interested

#16 Re: General Discussion » Space saver wheel for 2008 Dispatch » 2019-01-01 12:24:32

I am getting a bit old now and just the thought of having to try and remove that stupid set up under the bottom of the van in the rain is a scary proposal for me!!! (done it on my drive and it was a chew) So when I am away I intend to keep it on the tow bar  bike rack just for emergencies.
But thanks for your input guys it really is appreciated.

#17 Re: General Discussion » stainless steel exhausts » 2019-01-01 12:13:42

Haven't used that particular item but I've triple insulated the roof, floor, side panel's and lined with ply.
Thinking of putting an extra layer of insulation on the cabin floor.

#18 Re: General Discussion » Space saver wheel for 2008 Dispatch » 2018-12-31 16:04:23

You don't always think of the obvious do you? but thanks

#19 General Discussion » Space saver wheel for 2008 Dispatch » 2018-12-31 13:09:57

Graydog
Replies: 21

I have Peugoet 407 alloy wheels on my Dispatch van, Does any one know of a space saver spare wheel that will fit?
Cheers

#20 Re: General Discussion » stainless steel exhausts » 2018-12-31 12:30:46

Thanks for replies, just trying to find ways to reduce noise mainly when accelerating from stand still.

#21 General Discussion » stainless steel exhausts » 2018-12-26 15:41:19

Graydog
Replies: 5

Hi there just wondering if any one is using a stainless steel exhaust on their dispatch and does it make it any quieter?

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