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Old 07-15-2009, 11:53 PM   #1
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Resources for Airstream Products

Are there online catalogs for all kinds of Airstream or RV products, gadgets and parts that a remodeller might find useful?
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Catalogs are giving way to websites...

Airstream.com has links to parts offered by factory, which maintains huge parts inventory...

Vintage Trailer Supply specializes in vintage Airstreams, at Vintage Trailer Supply - Vintage travel trailer parts and supplies! and they have lots of items on website...
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There is also Out Of Doors Mart, but they are pretty far away as far as shipping:ODMRV , Out-of-Doors Mart
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Hi, I have seen Out of Doors Mart parts catalog, Vintage Trailer supply catalog, and a good sized list from Inland RV, but I can't find more than about 10 parts on the Airstream.com sight. What am I doing wrong? How can I find a real list of parts from Airstream?




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Catalogs are giving way to websites...

Airstream.com has links to parts offered by factory, which maintains huge parts inventory...

Vintage Trailer Supply specializes in vintage Airstreams, at Vintage Trailer Supply - Vintage travel trailer parts and supplies! and they have lots of items on website...
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There is also Out Of Doors Mart, but they are pretty far away as far as shipping:ODMRV , Out-of-Doors Mart
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I generally just Google the part or accessory that I'm looking for. Many resources become available. The vendors already mentioned are the popular ones for Airstreamers.
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Hi, I have seen Out of Doors Mart parts catalog, Vintage Trailer supply catalog, and a good sized list from Inland RV, but I can't find more than about 10 parts on the Airstream.com sight. What am I doing wrong? How can I find a real list of parts from Airstream?
I don't think that Airstream.com really wants to be in the parts business. They want you to go to a dealer for that stuff.

Places I frequent that sell parts and haven't been mentioned yet, but are not necessarily only Airstream include:

RV Sales & Service - RV Parts & Repairs - Fenelon Falls, Ontario

Big Discount RV - Low Priced RV Parts & Accessories

Magic Beds, Glastop RV Seating

New and Reconditioned RV Parts & Accessories - RV Surplus

BestConverter - Converters, Inverters, Electrical Supplies, Electronics

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You can find a list of suppliers here:

Airstream Vintage Travel Trailer Link Library! - Restoration Channel

VintageAirstream - Suppliers

RV Replacement Parts Product listing

As well as RV salvage yards

http://www.rvandvansurplus.com/barga...tockFurniture#

RV Salvage Yards

Hope these help. There are many more, you just have to do a lot of searches to find them. If you need anything specific let me know and maybe I might have a lead for you.

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Hi, I have seen Out of Doors Mart parts catalog, Vintage Trailer supply catalog, and a good sized list from Inland RV, but I can't find more than about 10 parts on the Airstream.com sight. What am I doing wrong? How can I find a real list of parts from Airstream?
Airstream does not have a parts list for owners on any web site.

They do have a website for dealers only.

Airstream sells a very few parts on line.

However, if your at the factory, they will sell you anything they have, assuming they have it in stock.

Their stock level on many parts is no longer what is use to be, which unfortunately has raised the cost of doing business because of back orders.

Those back orders go out on different shipments from dealers, which require more packaging materials, labor and shipping costs.

The current parts issues are not seasonal, but perhaps Airstream suppliers are on the short end as well.

Some parts come from Airstream's production department, that has be working at a severely reduced work schedule.

The situation seems to be getting worse instaed of better.

Our typical restocking order has a fill rate of about 60 percent.

The only benefits are for the shipping companies and shipping material suppliers.

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