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Old 03-24-2012, 05:31 PM   #1
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Cutter info

Hello Cutter Owners; I have written before regarding real wheel trim.
I have been successful in ordering wheel well trim and other parts.

First call or email Airstream and obtain part numbers, if calling when you finally
talk to parts they are super about helping, by emailing parts catalog pages
with part numbers. Armed with part numbers, call a dealer, I called Manteca
Trailer in Manteca Ca. parts man named Harry was super helpful. My ordered
parts will be dropped shipped to my house.

My 1998 backup camera went South, I installed a new Voyager wireless system in
about two hours. The monitor has a cigar lighter plug, I cut off the plug
and connected it to the original camera wiring. The camera requires 12 volts to operate, I tried to outwit the instructions by using the original wiring, that didn't
work, all I accomplished was covering myself and the rear of the RV with fresh sealant, eventually I gave in and connected the camera to an adjacent clearance light. normally in a 12 volt system red wire is 12V and black is
ground, on my clearance light black is hot and white is ground. The clearance lights have to on to use the camera, I consider it the lesser of two evils
by not running a 12V wire from the front of the RV.

Now for a question does anyone have a source for the hydralic park brake system?

We have decided to stay one more year here in Redding then travel full
again, I should be able to repair the squawks by then.

Hope this helps someone. Regards Jim

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Old 03-26-2012, 04:36 PM   #2
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my bus's camera wont tilt, any suggestions?

its the original on the rig..


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Old 03-26-2012, 05:05 PM   #3
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They are just a small solenoid switch at the camera. Access it by taking the panel over the camera off and take the switch off and spray it with silicone lube. Hook it up to power and continue to work it until it is free. They stick from non use. If you think its broke now, what harm can you do to it???


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my bus's camera wont tilt, any suggestions?

its the original on the rig..

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