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Cordless Drill for Lowering Legs 2 months 2 weeks ago #440201

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I have just got a cheap drill driver from B&Q that i use. If it can drill holes in brick, them i am pretty sure it can put 4 legs down & 4 back up again without needing a charge surely?
James :)
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Cordless Drill for Lowering Legs 2 months 2 weeks ago #440209

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Thats all mine is but batteries dont last forever ! :P
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Cordless Drill for Lowering Legs 2 months 2 weeks ago #440225

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The batteries on this thread seem to be lasting well! It was started 5 years and 7 months ago, and revived by somebody who has never posted before. Spam merchants often try their luck first on old topics to see if we notice them :unsure:
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Cordless Drill for Lowering Legs 2 months 1 week ago #440451

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A good way to increase battery life is to keep the screws in the steady legs clean and well lubricated.

Ray S . 
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Cordless Drill for Lowering Legs 2 months 1 week ago #440457

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RayS wrote:
A good way to increase battery life is to keep the screws in the steady legs clean and well lubricated.

You must be psychic :ohmy: I have just spent an hour under the 'van doing just that....along with the other routine checks. (Perfect day here in in the South .....but you never know how long 'till the next one!).
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Cordless Drill for Lowering Legs 2 months 1 week ago #440467

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Yes lovely day in R. Milton keynes as well ,thought might be going out next weekend with friend who have just bought a new caravan, but taking over three weeks for a dealer to get the ex display model ready.
A bit over the top timewise.
As I got our van from the showroom to towaway, in 5 days , at Caravanland , before they went bust. Back in 2013.
Forgot the.. thread, our new vaner said no they give us a handle to wind the legs down. . Bet he goes back to the shop.
Hutch
The site must be around here somewhere.????
2014, Sante Fe, 2013 Coachman, 560, VOP, Woburn Sands , Milton Keynes
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