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Old 08-01-2006, 01:09 PM   #85
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Originally Posted by wkerfoot
He said Airstream Dealeres Manual.Bill
hi ya doing these days?

ok, i where do i get a dealers manual...i WANT one!
geez...dealers get all the good stuff...


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Old 08-01-2006, 01:56 PM   #86
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Dealers Manual

It's in the technical library on the Airstream Airport web site....sorry, dealers only I guess. You should see this site, soooo many articles. Wonder if I could burn CDs and distribute them to Forum members?


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Old 08-01-2006, 02:45 PM   #87
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Originally Posted by 2airishuman
hi ya doing these days?

ok, i where do i get a dealers manual...i WANT one!
geez...dealers get all the good stuff...


We are fine, had a good trip home after Salem. Now back to work again.

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Old 08-01-2006, 10:19 PM   #88
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Hey all ,

Ive talked to my local RV shop Adams RV ,and some a tire shop I use alot.
They were all surprised by the separation .I was servicing some wheel
bearings one dual axle cargo trailers ,the company has 6 of them .when
I went to take the wheels off ,they certainly were not torqued real tight.
But no issues either , inferior studs could be a problem ,I don't know and
I really hope Rich luhr can get them examined so at least we have a clue
as to if they were a problem .no doubt a loose wheel can snap studs fast
and damage the wheel holes ,really a troublesome issue .That airstream
torque chart shows really varying degrees on the aluminum wheels on the
torque rating, so if you go by your owners manual ,it depends on the wheels you have on the trailer.Even if you chose 95 ft pounds ,the wheels should
definately stay tight .Im just not sure ,I must say .


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