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Old 11-11-2005, 07:58 PM   #1
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Does anybody close to St. Louis have a Dometic for parts? I need doors for a model #3862 as the hinges are about break on mine.
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Old 11-12-2005, 07:29 AM   #2
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Dometic fridge doors

Greetings sprotfury65!

Welcome to the Forums!

Originally Posted by sportfury65
Does anybody close to St. Louis have a Dometic for parts? I need doors for a model #3862 as the hinges are about break on mine.
A possible source not too far from your greater St. Louis location might be Colaws RV Salvage in Carthage, MO. You can find their website at:

Good luck with your search!

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Old 11-25-2005, 12:37 PM   #3
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Off the topic, but do you have a '65 Plymouth SportFury?

I've got one. Had it for 21 years. Was my first car, got it when I was 15. Blew off the junior prom to work on the Plymouth in the bodyshop. Fixed it up once, drove it for awhile. Parked it when I went to college. Started to fix it up a second time but never finished it. The car is still solid. I replaced the drum brakes with spindles from a '69 New Yorker and the power disk brakes from the same car. Also swapped in the heavier rear out of the New Yorker with the bigger drum brakes. Rebuilt the engine from the New Yorker too. One of these years I'll get around to finishing the car up. Got a rebuilt 440 (now a 447) on the engine stand ready to go for it, along with an A833 4-speed. Did it right, Mopar Performance intake, ported and polished heads, TRW forged pistons, Purple Shaft cam, should make about 450hp.

Got married and built a house...not much time for hot rods anymore. Still have my old Plymmy though

Good luck with your fridge,

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