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Old 06-14-2017, 05:19 PM   #421
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Any of you guys that have changed your air conditioners happen to have a shroud like in the picture laying around? We lost one of ours Click image for larger version

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Old 08-23-2017, 09:40 PM   #422
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Any of you guys that have changed your air conditioners happen to have a shroud like in the picture laying around? We lost one of ours Attachment 287586 driving in kansas wind and are trying to find one to match the rear a/c shroud.


Is it a Coleman Mach? If so I have one...
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Old 08-23-2017, 09:44 PM   #423
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Is it a Coleman Mach? If so I have one...


Thanks! I ended up just getting two new style replacement covers. When I got on top to check the rear one it was disintegrating. I appreciate it though!!!
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Took the beast to oklahoma this weekend and before heading home discovered missing and sheared bolts between the engine and transmission;. The left side was touching as it still had two bolts holding it. The right side had nothing at all holding. I was able to get two bolts in the right side to pull the gap closed. Going in for a tune up when I find a place to do it! Big mess averted!
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Took the beast to oklahoma this weekend and before heading home discovered missing and sheared bolts between the engine and transmission;. The left side was touching as it still had two bolts holding it. The right side had nothing at all holding. I was able to get two bolts in the right side to pull the gap closed. Going in for a tune up when I find a place to do it! Big mess averted!
That happened to mine under a PO watch about 20K miles ago. He had to replace the transmission after 2 bolts fell out?
Guess we need to climb under now and again to check for things like that, and the tranny mount also!
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