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Old 01-19-2010, 05:37 PM   #15
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LOL.. sad but true...
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which is the other thread? I m going with the original equipment at Bettis in Sacramento, they are a big rig suspension crew and will get me right. Thanks

I will look for the compressor when I get back to her and got a quote of about $225 for the one from Viair

Thanks for all the info, now onto the next dilemma, does anyone know where to get the wiper switch, it is not what they show in the Napa book with a variable switch.
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the next dilemma, does anyone know where to get the wiper switch, it is not what they show in the Napa book with a variable switch.
Mine has two switches, driver's side has the pump for the cleaners and the other to the right is the passenger's wiper. The switch could possibly be not available anymore, though a backyard mechanic can usually figure those things out.
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Hi Scotdo,

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f341...ppp-59243.html

Start around post 147

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thanks

I checked with Viair it is about $215 shipped.

I posted on the other thread, I have had a lot of work done out here and could be of use to them, I am not sure if they bought it yet though, havent' read the whole saga

I bought mine in Ohio on a whim and drove it out with my grandmother and mother, quite the adventure...
Looking forward to doing some caravaning
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Dont worry.. I will be hittin you up for info..

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you can get air bags from Michigan truck, they are on truckspring.com and my bags where about $140 each for the rears. good luck with it
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It actually makes me want to trade our Sovereign for one.

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It actually makes me want to trade our Sovereign for one.

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If nothing else it eliminates all tow vehicle and hitch questions.
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If nothing else it eliminates all tow vehicle and hitch questions.
Cheers
Well, I still need a tow vehicle for our horse trailer, but Brooke is warming up to the idea of towing a jeep behind a moho.
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Well, I still need a tow vehicle for our horse trailer, but Brooke is warming up to the idea of towing a jeep behind a moho.
Get a mo/ho with the 454 gas engine, the diesels don't tow nothing.
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Get a mo/ho with the 454 gas engine, the diesels don't tow nothing.
Really? The Isuzu is for crap?
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Really? The Isuzu is for crap?
15 mpg is not for crap. They were not made for towing anything other than a tricycle.
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