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Old 10-17-2008, 03:14 PM   #1
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Can we order online & post pics of what we need?
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Old 10-17-2008, 03:59 PM   #2
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Can we order online & post pics of what we need?
You can post pics of what you need, but Inland Andy prefers to talk to people on the phone when they order. It seems to reduce the number of misunderstood parts ordered, and having to wait twice as long (shipping two sets of parts both ways) for your parts.
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Not to put you on the spot, but

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... but Inland Andy prefers to talk to people on the phone when they order. ...
Can we call & ask to talk to an unassuming, stately-looking guy with a FL tan?

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Old 10-17-2008, 04:16 PM   #4
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Can we call & ask to talk to an unassuming, stately-looking guy with a FL tan?

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You can. He may even answer the phone...
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Old 10-17-2008, 05:15 PM   #5
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You can post pics of what you need, but Inland Andy prefers to talk to people on the phone when they order..
Seems like it could be easier if we just did this:" I need...."
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Mike, are those examples of photos that show Airstream parts or actually what you need? It would be helpful if you described what from each photo you need -- it could be anything from skin to bumpers to rivets, to electronic components. Just tryin' to help out our west coast cousins...

Of course I expect they'd communicate with you privately after they understand your needs.
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Old 10-17-2008, 05:55 PM   #7
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Mike, are those examples of photos that show Airstream parts or actually what you need? It would be helpful if you described what from each photo you need -- it could be anything from skin to bumpers to rivets, to electronic components. Just tryin' to help out our west coast cousins...

Of course I expect they'd communicate with you privately after they understand your needs.
Geez, I was setting a example. Wondering if any reps would respond. None have.
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Old 10-17-2008, 06:07 PM   #8
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Mike, are those examples of photos that show Airstream parts or actually what you need? It would be helpful if you described what from each photo you need -- it could be anything from skin to bumpers to rivets, to electronic components. Just tryin' to help out our west coast cousins...

Of course I expect they'd communicate with you privately after they understand your needs.
You missed the whole point.
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Geez, I was setting a example. Wondering if any reps would respond. None have.
Reps (vendors) operate under a different set of rules here. "No solicitation" being the primary one.

Email your pictures to them with descriptive words if you want help.

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Old 10-17-2008, 06:22 PM   #10
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Reps (vendors) operate under a different set of rules here. "No solicitation" being the primary one.

Email your pictures to them with descriptive words if you want help.

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If their friggin' e-mail worked, I would hope you guys thought I'd tried.
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Geez, I was setting a example. Wondering if any reps would respond. None have.
Excuse me. overlander63 has recently relocated from FL to CA to train in and give Inland some new blood. I wish I could hold a candle to how hard he works. So you have heard from a rep. I've dealt with a number of dealers around the country and Inland twice. You may do okay if you post a photo and certainly state what model, year & length Airstream you're working on. The personal touch of a phone call will work best for you. Doing this business off-forum is our preferred result. Thanks

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Seems like it could be easier if we just did this:" I need...."
Mike,

Does your 83 motorhome have dash a/c ? I ask because your dash control for the heater doesn't appear to include a/c controls. Lately I've been scrounging parts from a pick-a-part near Pasadena and have a couple of the controls with a/c sitting on my desk.

Since I'm heading over there tomorrow if you would like I can look for one like you have posted in your picture.

As for the turn signal lense I wouldn't mind finding a source for those as well.

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Does your 83 motorhome have dash a/c ? I ask because your dash control for the heater doesn't appear to include a/c controls. Lately I've been scrounging parts from a pick-a-part near Pasadena and have a couple of the controls with a/c sitting on my desk.

Since I'm heading over there tomorrow if you would like I can look for one like you have posted in your picture.

As for the turn signal lense I wouldn't mind finding a source for those as well.

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It's the switch on the left..low med. high. Yes , has dash air, works not.
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It's the switch on the left..low med. high. Yes , has dash air, works not.
So how do you turn the a/c on and off? I would think the fan switch on the left would only turn the fan on and not the compressor.

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