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andyinluton

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I treat Amarillo to premium diesel after every AdBlue refill. 13L of AdBlue was under £13. The diesel over 10x that price!
Just filled up here, the basic stuff, range was down to 30km left - £68 good job as I’m only getting a rather frightening 15-18mpg - short trips up steep hills and hairpin bends, not good for economy.959D5C39-7F0F-40C0-ABA4-6D6417288EDF.jpeg
 
Joker 1299

Joker 1299

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Replacement Westfield Pro windbreak after my last one, purchased two years ago to the day and used once, was eaten during lockdown by a rat faced visitor to my garage. No more Mr Ratty, you’re not welcome anymore.
 
Louis II

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I think they are fantastic, comfortable and well built, and great that they fit in the tailgate, only have one chair (as well as the two Cali chairs) and the gas struts cope with it, not sure how they would cope with two chairs in the tailgate think they might struggle in colder weather, anyone tried two with the Cali chairs ?
Just had 2 of these delivered, really impressed with the comfort and quality and great that they fit in the tailgate. With theses + the 2 cali chairs + bike rack the tailgate just about stayed open yesterday. Pretty sure that when the temperature drops it won't stay up without a bit of "pumping".
I have the 1250nm struts so might try swapping for the the 1270nm ones
 
Moakesy

Moakesy

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Makita tool set to keep in the van for whenever it's needed.

I'd 'adopted' my son's kit for the last 18 months, so thought it about time I returned it and bought my own!

The other advantage is this one is not made of something with the same qualities of playdough.

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RobertCalifornia

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T6.1 Coast 150
A rare summer weekend at home, so took the opportunity to introduce some of our summer purchases.

We’ve spent quite a bit of time on hook-up this summer, and realised how much quicker an electric kettle is. I bought the foldable Outwell kettle from the Club Shop - not having clocked that it was not electric. Then I bought the Quest foldable electric kettle.

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So now we have two space-efficient kettles, both of which are better than our old metal kettle which took an age to boil, took up a lot of space, and was hard to gauge how full to fill it.

Much as we love our California, the interior does feel a bit grey and soulless. So we took inspiration from others on the forum and picked up some Marvel Mats (two 150cmx50cm mats go side by side in the back) from Dunelm. Great value - and easy to cut to shape. We also bought some nice cushion covers to spice up the back and to add extra pillowage upstairs at night (which we found really improve a night’s sleep).
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Trudi

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Sandbach
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T6.1 Coast 150
A rare summer weekend at home, so took the opportunity to introduce some of our summer purchases.

We’ve spent quite a bit of time on hook-up this summer, and realised how much quicker an electric kettle is. I bought the foldable Outwell kettle from the Club Shop - not having clocked that it was not electric. Then I bought the Quest foldable electric kettle.

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So now we have two space-efficient kettles, both of which are better than our old metal kettle which took an age to boil, took up a lot of space, and was hard to gauge how full to fill it.

Much as we love our California, the interior does feel a bit grey and soulless. So we took inspiration from others on the forum and picked up some Marvel Mats (two 150cmx50cm mats go side by side in the back) from Dunelm. Great value - and easy to cut to shape. We also bought some nice cushion covers to spice up the back and to add extra pillowage upstairs at night (which we found really improve a night’s sleep).
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We've done the marvel mats too

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T6 Ocean 150
Was worried about whilst parked up, losing things in the gap at bottom of windscreen, so bought this.
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Melanie Day

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T6 Beach 102
Not strictly for the Cali but they will be coming with us!PXL_20210905_091549297.jpg

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Polomint

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Thought about the gap filler, but needed somewhere to store phones pens, sudoku, and dirty cups, this fulfils our needs
 
clarinetbcn

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T5.1 Beach 140
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A Helinox Sunset chair in the tie dye fabric. It just had to be done!!

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That takes me back! When the mooooooon is in the seventh hooouuuse, and Juuupiterrrrr aligns with Maaaaars......

TITDOTAOA! I saw the original production when I was 14, had to go with an adult because of the nudity so went with my clarinet professor and his wife.
 
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Phillip T

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Just filled up here, the basic stuff, range was down to 30km left - £68 good job as I’m only getting a rather frightening 15-18mpg - short trips up steep hills and hairpin bends, not good for economy.View attachment 83710
saw 12mpg one, cold start up a steep hill the ski resort, frightening !
 

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