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  1. Lakeway78734
    Good morning! We have a 1990 model Airstream 34' Excella. The furnace makes a whining noise when the fan first comes on. Seems to get lined out or lubricated after a minute or so. On the road for several months. Is there a service center for the Suburban furnace anywhere between South Lake Tahoe and San Francisco? Will probably go through Sacramento. Could also easily get to Carson City or Reno. Thanks for your advice!
  2. april2014
    Allo i am having a hard time finding the exact year for an argosy
    i have serial number
  3. J. Morgan
    Hello Andy!

    I am considering replacing the axles under my 72 Sovereign as one of the tires is beginning to wear on the outside edge.

    Are the complete axles you have on sale on your website good for this application?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    James Doss
  4. jessejane
    Hi Andy. I received new vent lifts from Inland today. Can you tell me how to install them? I'm attaching them to my old vent cover as well as a new astrodome that I got from VTS a while back. Thank you!
  5. Carolinda
    I've been reading here on Airforum for a few months and only just began actual work this month on my '73 Argosy 24. Thank you very much for all the generous advice you give to this forum. I for one am very grateful.
    Carolinda Brooks from Central Florida
  6. travalota
    Andy , I saw in one of your post that a service manual is available for a 1970 sovereign. I have a 70 31 ft international. Is there a manual available for this specific model. I have the original owners manual. Is there a manual that is a more indepth repair and maintainance specific available, Thanks, Jack
  7. 5ndime
    09-18-2013 01:56 PM
    Andy I'm about to purchase a 1978 sovereign rear bath. This unit looks good, but has two issues that are really putting me off. The outriggers in the wheel wells are rusted through, and there are multiple rivets on the belly pan which have worked through the skin leaving the belly pan kinda loose. I don't see any drop in the rear and the sub floor seems quite solid with awl poking around the perimeter in the cabinets and closets, ect. With the 4 wheel well out riggers rusted through would one expect a lot more of the same elsewhere on the frame?
    This is kinda scaring me away. Can these be replaced without lifting the shell?
    Also is a 78 one of the units that should have the frame stiffeners installed by the axels?
    Most important, do I dare to pull this home 50 miles without working brakes behind a Ram 1500 4x4? still has the vac/hyd disc setup intact. will likely need axels which will change this situation.
  8. dbl0svn
    09-02-2013 01:13 PM
    Hi Andy,

    Maybe you can help me figure out a smooth ride for a 2013 30W Classic Limited. I have a 2013 Ram 3500 dually and I hear that these heavy trucks do not ride smooth enough for the Airstreams. Does the Airstream itself have a smooth ride?
    If I use an Airsafe hitch, do I need weight distributing bars on my 1 ton?
    Is there a sway control only device that I can use with the Airsafe?
    If I use a Propride 3 hitch, will it give me the smooth ride that I need?
    I appreciate your advice since reading through the posts I see that you have a lot of experience for me to lean on.

  9. Joebanjo
    08-25-2013 07:10 PM
    Message for Andy:

    Accidentally pulled on the Piezo lighter knob, instead of pushing, on my Dometic RM 77 Refrigerator in my 1976 Ambassador. The knob came out, connected to a small rod, about 6 inches long. I tried to reinsert the rod, with no luck, as I can't seem to find where it goes while poking the the assembly back into it's previous location. The lighter worked perfectly, until this bone headed stunt. The fridge works fine, only now I have to light it with a match from the outside of the trailer. Sure wish I could reconnect that rod with the piezo striker, without having to remove the fridge...
    Any advise you can give would be great...Many Thanks Andy

  10. CCPLady
    08-23-2013 07:51 PM
    Do you have any more of the vintage Airstream bunk bed wall and ceiling brackets? Or even a bunk bed frame? I have a 1970 Caravanner in which I'd like to retrofit a single bunk bed.

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