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    Side skirts for a Daihatsu Romahome

    Does anyone know where I can get some side skirts for a Daihatsu that has a Romahome pod fitted
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    http://www.247spares.co.uk/browse?gc...FZJr4wodHWCbeQ

    This place might be able to help. Otherwise, post a question for Ant in the ASk Ant bit of the forum - he's away at the moment, but might be able to help when he gets back.

    The Romahome place on the Isle of Wight might also be able to help

    http://www.romahome.com/

    I think it might be a case of keep on searching the internet until some come up for sale somewhere!

    Good luck JayJay

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      Thanks JayJay

      I have tried both of the above and neither of them can help. I actually contacted Romahome before I posted the question on this forum. I got to speak to one of the guys in the workshop that has been with the company many years and he told me they no longer have the moulds to make the side skirts for Daihatsu Hijets.

      It looks like I will have to make my own side skirts. 2 options now, metal ones or make my own moulds to produce fibre glass ones.

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        Side Skirts

        Hello Johnson 36

        Excuse my ignorance, but what's a side skirt?

        I've just bought a Romahome on a Suzuki Carry and am very new to all this

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          #5
          Hi just found these on a site....

          wondered if they could be adapted? Quite expensive though!

          http://www.caravanpanels.com/epages/...MOTOR%20901%22

          Dolly, side skirts cover the wheels and bottom of the pickup base and make everything look nice and tidy!

          pick of van with side skirts on so you can compare with above attached.

          If you're making your own, Johnson, dont forget to make a nice neat hole/roundy bit for the petrol filling!

          The ones on mine weren't the correct ones and had been adapted. I can see why now as I bet the previous owner couldn't find any either! Took me a while to figure out how to get the petrol in and undo the cap, but it all worked fine!
          Last edited by jayjay; 11-03-2010, 17:43. Reason: spelling!

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