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Old 03-22-2010, 07:57 AM   #43
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Our 1974 Argosy 20' Motorhome has an air scoop below the bumper and it came that way from the factory but our 1984 310 31' Motorhome does not have an air scoop. I always wondered why Airstream didin't use an air scoop on the later motorhomes.

I have no idea how well the one on the Argosy works as we have never drive it yet. Still need to put the engine back in .

I'll try and post a picture of the Argosy later today to give you an idea of how Airstream did it.

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So Brad, how is the engine install coming? My 310 does not have the scoop in front either, maybe its an air dam on the Argosy to help with air flow. Just a thought.
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Old 03-29-2010, 10:03 AM   #45
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So Brad, how is the engine install coming? My 310 does not have the scoop in front either, maybe its an air dam on the Argosy to help with air flow. Just a thought.
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Zero progress. I won't be working on the Argosy to later this year. Way to many other projects in front of it.

I'll try and get some pictures of the lower front of the Argosy this week and post them.

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