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Airstream Name Daja Vu
Year 1966
Make Airstream
Model Overlander-Twin
Length 26'
Options Overhead Bunks-front & rear stablizers-(Manual)
1966 Airstream Overlander-Twin
Overview We are the third owners and purchased DAJAVU in Kentucky in Jan of 011.
1966 Airstream Overlander-Twin Exterior 1966 Airstream Overlander-Twin Exterior
Exterior Polished using Nuvite with buffer and Cyclo orbital. -added storage container box to front hitch-added cargo carrier to rear bumper- (removable). New electric tongue jack-Painted roof top with HY-TECH Elastomeric Insulating Coating. Shot blasted front hitch and exposed support beams and back bumper using PUR15 rust preventative system. Stored under cover.

Canvas Bunks over twin beds

Harley Davidson curtains-front couch recovered in "Harley Davidson Orange

Systems and Running Gear
Running gear checked 3-011 brakes cleaned and new bearings/seals added. Axles inspected and camber checked. Propane lines visually checked then pressure tested-regulator set at 13 lbs.

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1966 Airstream Overlander-Twin Other Information 1966 Airstream Overlander-Twin Other Information
Dajavu is our 3rd Airstream. Our first was a 1991 29' Excella Classic, followed by a 1995 35' Motor home Cutter LE.

Tow Vehicle
06 Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4.7 w/ tow package
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Old 04-05-2016, 05:56 PM   #2
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2014 25' FB International
Peachland , North Carolina
Join Date: Apr 2016
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We are curious; how much weight do u carry in the carrier? We have inquired about adding a receiver for our carrier, Airstream and other forum members have said it is not recommended. Concerns being sway and shell pulling from frame. We are wanting to carry 2 portable Honda generators secured to the carrier. Our carrier model is the same as shown in your picture.

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Old 07-02-2016, 06:16 AM   #3
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1970 23' Safari
Fresno , California
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Question Cargo Added?

Did you ever find an answer to this? I'm looking into doing the same and have read that adding weight to the A-frame will cause problems, so was hoping to find someone who had tried adding a cargo frame to the back to house their generators. It would be wonderful if we could all carry them and better yet not even need them, but some of us are in hot climates and not able to lift the generators, so we need a permanent way to fix them to the trailer.
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