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heth my ffb660 1989 plate

Discussion in 'MOTORHOME CHAT' started by 1968camper, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. 1968camper

    1968camper

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    could anyone let me know of any breakers in the uk or anywhere, where i can buy parts fo my motorhome?
  2. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster

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    sorry cant help, but welcome from another Scarborian.
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  3. Snowbird

    Snowbird Funster

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    I used to own a FFB 660 Classic. What parts do you require.
  4. 1968camper

    1968camper

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    i dont need any parts as yet, but just incase i am a bit worried that i wont be able to get engine if i need them? i have the 2.5 td puegeot engine in it. i may need some a side panel as one is damaged on the passenger side.
  5. Snowbird

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    I think you will find its not actually a Peugeot engine, but a Citroen from the CX. As for side panels or skirts, looking for hens teeth or the holy grail may be more productive am afraid. If you have a damaged skirt, the best advice I can give you is before you lose any of it get a fibre glasser to make you one up from the pattern.
  6. 1968camper

    1968camper

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    ok thanks for that i just thought it would be a pug engine as all my documents say puegeot on them? thanks

    i actually need the original truck style mirrors as someone has put aftermarket ones on/
  7. Snowbird

    Snowbird Funster

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    Most if not all J5 diesels had the Citroen 2.5 CX engine. The best way to tell is if it has 2 cam belts instead of 1, its definitely a Citroen lump. If I remember right my mirrors were similar to a Ford Cargo.
    Are these the ones you mean ?

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  8. TheBig1

    TheBig1 Funster-Life Member

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    these people can fix or make replacement plastic panels and windows
    http://www.eeco-ltd.com/

    as said its best to have the replacement made before you lose parts of the original, as they use the damaged original to make the mould

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