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Old 10-23-2002, 11:38 PM   #29
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Sorry Oscar, somehow your latest (10/10) response slipped by me.

Since we've been back from the balloon rally, we moved our office & I have been up to my eyeballs in trying to play catch up!

What two views do you need ~ side & front, right? What format .jpg or what? Do you need any dimensions or anything else? Sorry if my lack of response has held you up...I appreciate your effort to help out with this...

$20-30 sounds fine with me...

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Old 10-23-2002, 11:44 PM   #30
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Could you provide photos of your termination cap for Oscar also? I think the more we have the better...

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Old 10-24-2002, 12:04 AM   #31
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Hi Shari,

I know how it goes, been busy myself, infact the AS forums have been a social Godsend . The only views I was looking for were the side and bottom veiws. Dimensions won't be a problem since the ones you posted match mine. Post the pic's on forum like last time or E 'em to me. I just want to make sure that it is like mine without the handle or if there is a bit of a difference between the two. Just want to get as close to "stock" as possible. Don't worry about response time, patterns are not shelf items, I'm still working (spare time) on the one I need! Oscar
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Old 03-07-2004, 03:33 PM   #32
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here is a pictur of another

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Old 03-07-2004, 06:32 PM   #33
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Thanks Richard!

I did purchase one several months ago...actually two! I thought posted pictures here, but it must have been around the time of the forum crash, because it's not here any longer...strange.

Here's a picture of the ones I got:



The handled one on the left I sent to SilverBullet, the one on the right kept.

However, the one you are offering is different from both of these so I may decide to bid anyways...we'll see.

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Old 07-16-2004, 06:59 PM   #34
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I need one too!

It looks like I'm on the same quest now with my '64 Bambi II! Here is what my fitting looks like...
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Old 07-16-2004, 07:04 PM   #35
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Hmmm...looks a little different than ours, but the same cap may work. Have you tried the modern term caps? If so & you're still looking...good luck, patience is a virtue! They're out there...just gotta be ready to buy it when you find it!

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That handle is for the KT lock that was used on the inside.

That lock was used from 1970 to 1977 in the Airstream trailers and the Argosy trailers.

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I might have a set of these. I have the dump hose elbow, as well as the tarmination cap with a hose tread bib in the middle.
There is a fair amount of corrosion on the cap, but the dump hose elbow seems to be in good shape. I cantqake some pictures on Monday, when I get back to the office.
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I'm lucky enough to have the cap and the elbow, but I need gaskets for them. Anyone know where to get a gasket, or what kind of material to make one from?

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I know that most of us detest silicone, but in this area it is very easy to use to form a gasket. If you have the old gasket you can determine how thick it should be and then just cut a piece of wood to allow that thickness and width and also to use as a spreader for the silicone.

I'll post a diagram of what I mean for the stick spreader..............

Place a thick bead of silicone around the area to form the gasket then just use the stick that you made as a spreader to form the gasket all the way around, and then let it dry and you have your gasket.
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Question~

Shari~
In looking at your picture:
Is that green grass I see in your storage compartment?
Did you ever find the frying pan??
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Shari~
In looking at your picture:
Is that green grass I see in your storage compartment?
Did you ever find the frying pan??
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The slide hatch at the bottom, where the sewer hose feeds out was open & Maxwell was parked in the yard when that picture was taken. Whatcha think, I grow grass in my trunk? I don't think so~

I sold the frying pan cap to Silver Bullet. We didn't need both...

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The slide hatch at the bottom, where the sewer hose feeds out was open & Maxwell was parked in the yard when that picture was taken. Whatcha think, I grow grass in my trunk? I don't think so~
I sold the frying pan cap to Silver Bullet. We didn't need both...

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Shari,
Mine looks like that now, with the belly pan removed.lol
Still working on removing the pan under the tank.
I got to tell you, those retainer bolts are hard to remove~
(If they would just stop moving around on me...lol)
The new pan, unlike the old one, will be designed to drain water accumulation.
Plus, I plan to make it easier for removal in case there's any future work in that area.
BTW, my end cap is "white plastic" on the dump..
It looks to be original..
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