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Old 06-19-2010, 09:14 AM   #61
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Old 06-20-2010, 07:46 PM   #62
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Joy, look at post No. 7 in this thread: http://www.airforums.com/forums/f138...ics-44928.html

It explains how to post pictures. Maybe if you can post a couple of pictures of the area, we can figure out how to make something work from our garage. The closest match I have is 11 x 20 x 6. Maybe we can "MacGyver" something together. I have a suspicion that the difference is because your camper is 4 feet longer than ours, and maybe has a bigger galley area.

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Old 06-20-2010, 07:50 PM   #63
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Chuck, most of my tambour is in rough shape. Do you need a piece or two? The only parts that are in good shape are the off-color white doors from the upper cabinets in the bath. I chose not to put those cabinets back in. They're yours if you need them. I have a few other bits as well that you may be able to use.

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I could really use that oven handle. And I have a friend looking for the oven thermostat.
Hey Dave. The handle is yours. Send me a PM so we can get together on shipping. I can dig the thermostat out as well, if you like. But I honestly have no way to test it, but will be happy to send it along.

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Jim, how many of those large light switch knobs do you have? I could use at least three. Also, what did you replace them with in your restore? (Did I somehow miss that in your "Full Monte" thread?)

BTW, I'll have that pic of the deadbolt on mine in a day or two.

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Old 06-22-2010, 09:48 AM   #66
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Chuck, most of my tambour is in rough shape. Do you need a piece or two? The only parts that are in good shape are the off-color white doors from the upper cabinets in the bath. I chose not to put those cabinets back in. They're yours if you need them. I have a few other bits as well that you may be able to use.

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no need for the white ones. (my trailer has different bath cabs...no tambour at all.)

The brown ones, if there's anything salvageable, I might be able to use.
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Old 06-22-2010, 10:56 AM   #67
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Old 06-22-2010, 03:36 PM   #68
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Dave, here's the handle for the oven.
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Jim, how many of those large light switch knobs do you have? I could use at least three. Also, what did you replace them with in your restore? (Did I somehow miss that in your "Full Monte" thread?)

BTW, I'll have that pic of the deadbolt on mine in a day or two.

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I replaced mine with five 10 watt xenon surface mount lights. Three in the galley and two in the bedroom. Very bright and low wattage. When the bulbs burn out, the plan is to switch over to LED bulbs. There's a couple of pic's in the thread someplace, I think. I only have one of the knobs you mention. PM me if you want it. And thanks for the deadbolt info.

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Old 06-22-2010, 04:37 PM   #71
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no need for the white ones. (my trailer has different bath cabs...no tambour at all.)

The brown ones, if there's anything salvageable, I might be able to use.
I'll see what I can do.

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Old 06-22-2010, 04:43 PM   #72
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Joy, I don't have any of that type drawer left. They were long gone when we got the camper. However, there is a thread here on the forums called something like "Interesting Craig's List finds". There was a post to that thread recently that somebody had a bunch of those for sale. Find that thread and look toward the end of it. Also, those brown plastic "tubs/drawers" show up on the forum from time to time for sale or even for free. Keep an eye on the classifieds. Sorry I can't help more.

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Thanks Jim,

They look good.
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Old 06-24-2010, 07:39 AM   #74
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Jim, did your coach have the original Skyliner antenna when it came to you, and have you replaced it with a Winegard? If you've still got the old one and the control sector I'd be interested. Mine's mostly shot but might be resurectable by combining parts and using old pieces as templates.

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The old Skyliner was still on mine when I got it, but needed some work. I was able to locate another one nearby and used the two to make one. I'm not sure what you mean by "controller section", but was able to find the plastic gears that raise the antenna at an old, established RV dealer here in Atlanta. If you post a couple of pictures of what you need, maybe we can come up with something. I still have some of the parts from the second antenna, maybe you can use those.

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Old 07-05-2010, 04:54 PM   #76
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Howdy boys and girls. I still have a garage full o'stuff, but it's going away this weekend. Susan is visiting with Mom for the next couple of weeks and told me she wants that dang garage clean when she gets home (really, that part is true).

Let me know if you need any bits and pieces before it all goes to that great recycling center in the sky......last chance. Fer real this time, folks.

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Jim,

Thank you, thank you! I got my stuff today, I will send you the postage.
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Old 07-06-2010, 10:32 PM   #78
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Bath accessories

Hi,
Do you have any bathroom accessories left?
Looking for original 60-70's towel racks, soap holder, glass/toothbrush holder, sink faucet, etc.

Also shower head hooks and Magic Chef oven safety valve.
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14" vent lids

Do you have any 14" vent lids that you're getting rid of? If so, I need two that are in good shape.
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Jim, got the knob and many thanks! Sending postage today.

As for the antenna, let's give that a pass. I think I have it managed.

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