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Old 12-08-2011, 08:30 PM   #687
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Myrtlelynn,
Could you post the part number you have for that 'extra' part? As well, how was the part listed on your repair order. Thinking I need to start a 'spare part' bin, and this one may as well be another to add to the bin. Already have a spare engine battery, lol
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Old 12-08-2011, 09:54 PM   #688
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Myrtlelynn,
Could you post the part number you have for that 'extra' part? As well, how was the part listed on your repair order. Thinking I need to start a 'spare part' bin, and this one may as well be another to add to the bin. Already have a spare engine battery, lol
Thanks, Derek
Absolutely. I added it to my spare parts bin. At this point my bin has everything except an engine. Haha. I don't know if I will be able to read it ant better then what is in the pic. I will find out though. I am going to take it back in feb to have a trans cooler added. If yours doesn't have one you definitely need one. Only about $150-200.
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Old 12-08-2011, 11:36 PM   #689
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I have Progressive and I got my Airstream put on a flat bead trailer. Had it told from Cheyenne, Wyoming to Longview, Washington "That North of Portland, Oregon" Progressive paid it all $3,00.00 +
That seems incredible, and well worthwhile.

Was your moho towed as the result of an accident or a breakdown?
Did you have any specific rider attached to the policy, or is that much towing standard with Progressive?
Are you still with them, or did they dump you after that claim?
And while I realize that cost varies by state, would you mind telling us how much you pay for that coverage?

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Old 12-09-2011, 07:50 PM   #690
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Absolutely. I added it to my spare parts bin. At this point my bin has everything except an engine. Haha. I don't know if I will be able to read it ant better then what is in the pic. I will%
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:30 PM   #691
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It was part of are policy. I didn't know I had it tell we talked to are agant an she said we had it. So we put in for it and thy send a check. Boy did it look good!!
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:40 PM   #692
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Lack of posting and progress is squarely on the shoulders of my Parents being in town, birthdays(mine, as I crossed the big 50!), Christmas parties, and Disney!

Today, I packed the Parents off to visit family and friends in Arizona for 10 days ....

Rain is expected here tomorrow, so I will be over there checking for leaks...

I know I still have a leak in the Curbside wardrobe... which is directly below the rear end of this area of the Awning mounting an leg... which I suspect
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Can anyone tell me if theirs looks like this or has some PO messed with it?

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Old 12-11-2011, 05:19 PM   #693
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What are you holding in your hand? The awning looks like a zip dee, but the mount is all different than mine.
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Old 12-11-2011, 05:27 PM   #694
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What are you holding in your hand? The awning looks like a zip dee, but the mount is all different than mine.

Thats the top of the rear awning leg...

This pic from rear is better maybe!
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Hey Key, Happy FIVE-0!!!

Since I'm several years ahead of you, I'm allowed to ask this question....

Aren't we old enough to know better by now???

May you find many leaks in your 50th year. Happy hunting.

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Old 12-11-2011, 06:11 PM   #696
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Happy birthday, sonny! I find that really odd that ZipDee would change the awning so much in one year. Is it a ZipDee? That mounting flange does have "hack" written all over it, no offense.
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Old 12-11-2011, 07:00 PM   #697
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Thanks Guys!

Uh-O...
Five O!

LOL, I maybe old enough to know better, but, I sure dont feel smart enough to know better...

Reminds me of a Workout T-Shirt I once saw...
On the front it said:
No Pain.. No Gain...

On the back it said:
No Brain... No Pain..

Not offended Mike, cos I did not do it!
It looks a little hacked to me... but the good news is...
Its pretty much the same at the front too....
From my research... I think its an A&E Domestic 9000 Model...

Like this one..
http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/aeawning.pdf


Edit....

In fact, this page, first item... NLA, shows the Top bracket.... and it looks just like what is fitted...
http://www.marksrv.com/aande_parts.htm
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Thanks Guys!

From my research... I think its an A&E Domestic 9000 Model...

Like this one..
http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/aeawning.pdf


The good news is that it may be cheaper than a Zip Dee to fix...the current estimate on my Zip Dee main awning is $1700...maybe next summer.
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The good news is that it may be cheaper than a Zip Dee to fix...the current estimate on my Zip Dee main awning is $1700...maybe next summer.
What, the awning got caught in the wind? The awnings will take a tremendous pounding. I've had my roadside shorties come up in side winds ('cause I forgot to dog them down) and, other than a slight-of-heart, no damage. ZipDee rules.
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Went over today... while it was raining... and NO leaks visible in the rear corner or wardrobe....
So far..

I loved the way the polished section bead the water off!
And yes, still have some cleaning up to do on my sealant beads...



Here is the area in the floor of the Curbside wardrobe where the leak was/is... floor is toast, but cant rip it out until I am sure its leak free.
Hole is where the floor safe goes..


As it was raining, I did a little stuff inside...
Searching for leaks, I looked in the rear Curbside corner.... and decided to pull off the cover for the Airbag Compressor...
Man, that thing is HUGE!
Note to self... Plastic pressure pipe will need fixing... its kinda tweeked and pinched where it exits the head.

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