In early 2006, we had a similar MH to the Pinnacle re size but the door was on the wrong side.Another of those compromises.To keep the story short, we bought it from Roy Wood Transits in Reading.Steve Wood and his magnificent crew got to grips with a very long list of alterations which included those to cope with the disability situation.We were soon in and away.
The Transit was all we wanted under our cottage on wheels and we were determined to buy another in 2008.Itís our first van with cruise-control.Another fab point.
It seems as if at least half the MHs you come across include the problem of swivelling the seats. (It didnít apply to our Transit in 2006 as there was a double dinette.)You need to open the doors, and in most cases, chock the van if on a hill.
That was easy to solve.Mitre the seat-base corners.End of problem. Keeps the rain out while you gently roll down hill. Use an angle-grinder and the correct metal-cutting disc. Protect all surfaces nearby against fire Sparks will fly.