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Has anyone got a Webasto/Eberspacher heater skin fitting
for sale and maybe also the flexible hose for it?
Also need a blower matrix too.
(Will be fitting a D5W to give us hot water in the
morning and no cold starts in the winter! This will be
extra to the warm air heater already fitted)
If you have anything that may be useful, please PM me.
Cheers.
Bill

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Hi Bill

Hope you are well, are you still moored at wroxham?

I have a just the thing fitted to the rear end of our boat, no pipe attached, it must have been from the original heating setup. I have been wondering what i could blank it with for a while!

Take care
Danny

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Hi Danny. Long time no see!
Yes, still in the same place.
If the unit is a standard heater exhaust skin fitting,
I can make you a polished stainless disc the same size
and hole centres as a blanking plug if you like to fit
over the hole once removed. I would need the fitting
first and bring it home to copy, or you could measure
it/make a template for me.
Hows that sound?
Is this on 'Tight Lines'?
Bill

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Hi Bill

Sounds fine, when are you next down, we are at the Waveney River Centre now!



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Pm sent!

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Bill I have sent you a PM.

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