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skerby 05-06-2011 10:28 PM

AC Shroud
 
I have a 1972 Overlander, 27 Ft. The AC Shroud needs to be replaced, is this a universal part or do I have to get it from Airstream. I Have looked online and most of them are for Colemans...Thank you for your help

barts 05-06-2011 11:23 PM

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Originally Posted by skerby (Post 989350)
I have a 1972 Overlander, 27 Ft. The AC Shroud needs to be replaced, is this a universal part or do I have to get it from Airstream. I Have looked online and most of them are for Colemans...Thank you for your help

Well, what kind of AC do you have? Inland RV sells shrouds... you can also consider fabricating your own; some possible construction methods are riveted aluminum or epoxy&fiberglass covered foam/wood.

- Bart

Inland RV Center, In 05-06-2011 11:54 PM

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Originally Posted by skerby (Post 989350)
I have a 1972 Overlander, 27 Ft. The AC Shroud needs to be replaced, is this a universal part or do I have to get it from Airstream. I Have looked online and most of them are for Colemans...Thank you for your help

The original shroud is available, but made with fiberglass instead of plastic.

Andy

blickcd 05-08-2011 07:06 AM

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Skerby, I have the shroud for my old Armstrong air conditrioner. It is in fair condition and I'd consider giving it to you so long as you paid the shipping from SW Ohio. Might be too big to send UPS. Send me a PM if you are interested.

Christopher

overlander63 05-08-2011 08:18 AM

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Originally Posted by blickcd (Post 989746)
Skerby, I have the shroud for my old Armstrong air conditrioner. It is in fair condition and I'd consider giving it to you so long as you paid the shipping from SW Ohio. Might be too big to send UPS. Send me a PM if you are interested.

Christopher

Before the OP gets too excited, that shroud won't fit the '72 Armstrong. The '72 had two fan motors with their vent holes in the shroud in different locations, instead of a single motor doing double duty.

Barry Mabus 02-16-2015 12:05 PM

What is the supplier source for the fiberglass shroud you reference?


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