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Old 05-29-2008, 11:32 AM   #15
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doorgunner, that looks like what i am missing

I assume my tv came with the vaccumm thing, as that is what the owners said, and there is a sealing type of pressure lock that attaches the tv to the airstream.
Sure could use that lock doorgunner, pass it on when you are done with it!
I just put a new floor in the trailer this weekend... used ideas from this forum, got the armstrong tack type of floor that is floating, and glues to itself. It looks good. I will post pics, but I think it has to be in the flooring forum.

Thanks all for replying, I am pulling her for the first time on the 23 rd of June, up to Hornbrook Ca from Eureka. Not too much punishment, she has been all over mexico with the po's.

Wish me luck, never pulled anything that big before, plus I will have 5 kids with me...
Before I head out, I am attempting to reseal all the seams etc. Trying to figure out all the caulking is rather confusing. Even on the airstream site, they have a picutre of vulcum, when you click on it, the picture changes to silkflex, and the text description uses tem pro 635, gosh 3 products in one...check it out for fun.... https://store.airstream.com/product_...roducts_id=162
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Old 05-29-2008, 11:44 AM   #16
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I assume my tv came with the vaccumm thing, as that is what the owners said, and there is a sealing type of pressure lock that attaches the tv to the airstream.
Sure could use that lock doorgunner, pass it on when you are done with it!
I just put a new floor in the trailer this weekend... used ideas from this forum, got the armstrong tack type of floor that is floating, and glues to itself. It looks good. I will post pics, but I think it has to be in the flooring forum.

Thanks all for replying, I am pulling her for the first time on the 23 rd of June, up to Hornbrook Ca from Eureka. Not too much punishment, she has been all over mexico with the po's.

Wish me luck, never pulled anything that big before, plus I will have 5 kids with me...
Before I head out, I am attempting to reseal all the seams etc. Trying to figure out all the caulking is rather confusing. Even on the airstream site, they have a picutre of vulcum, when you click on it, the picture changes to silkflex, and the text description uses tem pro 635, gosh 3 products in one...check it out for fun.... https://store.airstream.com/product_...roducts_id=162
They are all the same product.

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Old 06-02-2008, 12:38 PM   #17
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Thanks for the photo doorgunner

Thats the handle, I am trying to find it so it can temp, solve my door not closing problem. I think the dead bolt part will hold the door shut.
Unable to find one yet,
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Old 06-02-2008, 12:56 PM   #18
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Thats the handle, I am trying to find it so it can temp, solve my door not closing problem. I think the dead bolt part will hold the door shut.
Unable to find one yet,
That lock was a replacement for the Keeler Brass lock, made by GM, (not general motors).

However it has not been available for several years.

We have a replacement for both those locks.

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Old 06-02-2008, 01:10 PM   #19
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Andy, when I placed my order last week....

Your nice person said she was the only one working that day, and would ask about that part when others returned, I just did not know what part number to use. Ok, now that you have it, I will call back and try to explain it again to the person that answers.
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