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    Caravan Weight Plate Upgrades

    What you need to know to upgrade your Bailey caravan weight plate, safely and legally. Technical information that’s easy to understand.

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    Cadac BBQ Gas Connections Guide

    A Cadac gas BBBQ opens up a new world of cooking outdoors – they’re also very flexible and can be hooked up to various gas sources to suit your set up. This guide explains how to connect your Grillo Chef or Carri Chef BBQ to different gas sources, and outlines which connections are needed. The Grillo Chef 2 and Carri Chef 2 BBQs are LP (Low Pressure). All Cadac Low Pressure barbecues will work on butane (28mb) and propane (37mb) - the jet and burner accommodate the pressure difference.

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    How to Check Gas Levels in LPG Bottles

    Few things are more frustrating than watching the BBQ flame fizzle out mid-grill because the gas bottle is empty. For true peace of mind and least faff, the best way to monitor gas levels is to use a device specifically developed to read the gas fill level accurately. There are many indicators and gauges on the market but three stand out above the rest in terms of reliability and ease of use. All three devices are suitable with butane or propane steel tanks.

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    Truma iNet System - Control your Comfort

    Give yourself the ultimate control over your comfort on holiday - wherever you are. The Truma iNet System lets you handle all of your Truma and Alde appliances all on your phone. Learn all about how it can improve your trips in this informative blog.

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    Thetford Locker Doors

    Thetford Locker Doors are the most used part in Caravan and Motorhomes. If yours is starting to show signs of age, it might be time to replace it. This blog will give you all the information you need to help you keep your exterior locker door as good as new.

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    A Guide to Gas Struts

    A guide to gas struts! If you need to replace these handy parts, this guide will tell you everything you need to know.

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    The Best Towing Covers for Bailey Caravans

    When you’re towing on the road, the front of your caravan bears the brunt. It’s inevitable that your tow car will throw up stones for your front panels and windows to catch – and you’ll soon find exhaust fume residues, dust and dead bugs messing up your paintwork...

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