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    #16
    Thanks for that post RUToyota
    I don’t need one now as went with a high top van but had I bought a Peugeot Expert Tepee instead that type would have been enough at a lower price than the larger ones hinged at one end.

    Pop Top Roof universal, superflat, 90°, roof 174x132x14cm, cutout 107,5x101cm
    Mushroom roof for universal usage - increased headroom and ventilation!

    1,363.73€ Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
    https://www.reimo.com/en/camper-van-...elevating-roof

    And the whole Reimo roof range:
    https://www.reimo.com/en/camper-van-...-high-top-roof

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      #17
      Misted I tried both of your links but they both came up with '404' error messages and 'could not be found'.

      Reimo must be quite a versatile outfit, I was looking at their tailgate awnings a while back. Not that I'd have bought one, as none of them are what I'm looking for.

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        #18
        Originally posted by CyberCynth View Post
        Misted I tried both of your links but they both came up with '404' error messages and 'could not be found'.

        Reimo must be quite a versatile outfit, I was looking at their tailgate awnings a while back. Not that I'd have bought one, as none of them are what I'm looking for.
        Try this link....long delivery time though (6 months +)..and I'm sure that's for roof supply only..you then have to get it fitted.!


        https://www.reimo.com/en/camper-van-...high-top-roof/
        Last edited by RUToyota; 25-12-2020, 07:49.

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          #19
          Thanks all for the kind welcome and thought-provoking replies. Sorry for long delay in responding as the lag in getting approved and then the Christmas period made me forgetful! It's probably going to be quite a low-key option I'll take as it will still be my main car and used as a tow car for our caravan. Mainly will be used for solo weekend adventures!

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            #20
            Originally posted by Dianne46 View Post
            Thanks all for the kind welcome and thought-provoking replies. Sorry for long delay in responding as the lag in getting approved and then the Christmas period made me forgetful! It's probably going to be quite a low-key option I'll take as it will still be my main car and used as a tow car for our caravan. Mainly will be used for solo weekend adventures!
            Hello again Dianne46 ! I didn't realise you were also a caravanner! I sold mine last year to put the money towards some home improvements but I think I shall get another one eventually and, like you, perhaps just use the Sharan for weekending, especially if I can get it kitted out well enough to use without putting up the awning.

            Being nosy now - what sort of caravan have you got?
            Cynthia.

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