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1.Fitting a Turbo Boost Gauge
2.Replacing clutch Cable 
3. Changing the temperature switch and Boiling switch sensors on the XUD9TE Engine

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CONTENTS:

1. Spare Wheel monitoring. 2. Spare Wheel Cradle.


SPARE WHEEL

          The spare wheel on my Wanderer has to be the most neglected item.   I mentioned to the selling dealer about the inconvenient position,  his comment was "What are the AA for!"   It concerned me, how efficient are the AA on the continent where we do a lot of travelling.  Would the tyre have the correct pressure if I was forced to change it?

          With this in mind and when I saw the advertisement of this brilliant idea, i.e. "The SPAIRLINE."  With the purchase, I had gone someway to allay my worries.

          This device simply is an extension to the Tyre inflation valve, attach it to the spare wheel and bring the extension valve out to a convenient position. That's it.

           The device is 40ins [102cm] long and was long enough to bring the pipe to edge of the Wanderer rear side wall at a height in line with tyres. I would suggest others measure the length for their own Motorhomes, and when ordering mention the required length.

            Also check to ensure the pipe will be long enough to drop with the spare wheel cradle when it is required.

Below are some images of the Spairline in position.
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valve extension pipe connected to the spare wheel.

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Pump tube connected to spare wheel extension

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Valve extension pipe attached to spare wheel

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Spare wheel extension with pump attached.

Supplier:

Spairline is available by mail order:

SPAIRLINE Ltd.,
44 St. Oswalds Road
Ashton-in-Makerfield
Wigan
Lancashire
WN4 9NU

Telephone: 01942 720738

Email: roybridge[at]btinternet.com

web site: http://www.spairline.co.uk/


Spare Wheel CradleCleanup

The spare wheel cradle had not been painted correctly from new. See above image. This has been removed and cleaned. I then painted it with "Hammerite." I have also loosened off the securing bolts of the cradle and greased them well.

Unfortunately this work and the changing of the spare wheel does involve lying on ones back!

For the same reasons as above I cleaned and painted the cradle of the Waste water tank with "Hammerite"

Spare Wheel Cradle After painting

Spare Wheel Cradle After painting


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