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Old 06-06-2008, 09:26 PM   #1
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Do I even have a drain tube on my 71 safari? I see the condensation draining down the curbside skin all of the time. I have searched about my situation and mabey the PO replaced my A/C but it sure looks original. Thanks Robert
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The drain tube on my 75 TW is located just in front of the street side wheels.
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Do I even have a drain tube on my 71 safari? I see the condensation draining down the curbside skin all of the time. I have searched about my situation and mabey the PO replaced my A/C but it sure looks original. Thanks Robert
Airstream used Armstrong AC's up to and including 1979.

Someone replaced the original AC with the Coleman. A drain pan was supposed to be used with the Colemans, which in turn had a drain tube hook to it.

The drain tube was built into the trailer shell at time of manufacture.

If you do not have the drain pan, you will have to live with what you have since that pan is no longer available.

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Thankyou, I can live with it untill it breaks down. I do need a shroud but it seems the cost of a shroud that may not fit a new unit in the future is senseless. Thanks again Robert
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