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Old 10-02-2002, 01:43 AM   #1
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replacement a/c shroud? roof vents?

my 1969 25' tradewind (at least i think so: 025t9j166) came all original, though left to the elements for way too long. the plastic shroud around the a/c is mostly gone due to cracking and falling off, and the other two plastic roof vents are also on their way out. even the two vent stacks are really chaulky, and look like a stiff breeze would do them in. can i get replacements for these? They dont have to be exactly like the originals, but i don;t want them to be too out of sync visually.
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Old 10-02-2002, 02:23 AM   #2
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Dave, check with Andy of InlandRV.(He has over 30 yrs experiences with A/S)
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Old 10-02-2002, 07:13 PM   #3
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AC Shrouds

We will have fiberglass AC shrouds for 1964 to 1969 units and for the 1970 to 1972 units in about a week.

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Old 10-02-2002, 07:55 PM   #4
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025t9j166

O=Overlander
25=25'
T=Twinbeds
J=Jackson Center
166= numerical serial number
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Old 10-03-2002, 06:55 AM   #5
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Serial number

JPAIRSTREAM,

I did not know that AS made a 25 foot Overlander.

Is this the correct interpretation of the serial number?

You can verify at the AS web site.

What year is the AS?

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Old 10-03-2002, 09:20 AM   #6
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0=land yaght

definately a tradewind

i think the o means landyaght trim pkg (which i have)

supposidly, by '69 they had switched to the L for the landyaght designation--but i guess ohio hadn't heard yet.
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025t9j166

O=Overlander
25=25'
T=Twinbeds
J=Jackson Center
166= numerical serial number


9= 1969

O= Typically stands for Overlander but your right that year it might would have been a
dry weight = 4525

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Andy,

Do you plan to get any A/C shrouds for a 73? Mine has been broken up by low hanging branches. Also, is it normal to have a big square hole at the top center of the shroud or is there something missing from mine? Obviously since there are no other vent slots this hole must be where the air intake is. Seems alot of leaves and other junk gets in there. The privious owner made a screen for the hole but it disintegrated.

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I replaced my A/C shroud that I bought from Inland RV when they where on sale. Very simple to install.
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I replaced my A/C shroud that I bought from Inland RV when they where on sale. Very simple to install.
After 7 years, I think the original poster has probably solved his shroud issue by now.
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