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Chevy (GMC) / Re: 1989 Winnebago Warrior radiator removal?
« Last post by Rickf1985 on Today at 08:18 AM »
I don't remember the exact price but the aluminum radiator I put in was something in the 250.00 range and works better than the extremely heavy original one. You might want to replace your fan clutch while you are in there since it will be right there in front of you. It is probably 31 years old. And at least check the hose condition. These are all things that are very easy to do with the radiator out and pretty hard to do with it in. Belts also.
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Coach / Re: Coleman MACH AC unit acting up!
« Last post by ClydesdaleKevin on Today at 06:06 AM »
Cool, Kev.  Let us know about your new parts and if the unit continues to work!

Will do!

Kev
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Coach / Re: Coleman MACH AC unit acting up!
« Last post by Oz on Yesterday at 06:08 PM »
Cool, Kev.  Let us know about your new parts and if the unit continues to work!
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Coach / Re: Removal of aqua magic toilet
« Last post by Oz on Yesterday at 06:02 PM »
 :D   Well, let us know how it.... goes...
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Dodge (Chrysler) / Re: '78 Winnebago What covers the under dash wiring?
« Last post by Real1shep on Yesterday at 03:44 PM »
Yes....steering column tilt and the least of our troubles, as it works.
A whole second page with no pics....geese!

I'm fabricating something now that will be a panel split in the center under the driver's dash. I'm sorta on the clock with them and so they expect results. But.....I can only imagine what a real RV restoration shop would charge. New frontier for me....although I have a lot of experience with RV's and travel trailers in making things work again.....not with cover up esthetics.   


Kevin

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Chevy (GMC) / Re: 1989 Winnebago Warrior radiator removal?
« Last post by Steve C on Yesterday at 02:02 PM »
Thanks Rickf1985, thats a lot of good info. I don't know if it's the same as yours since 1) what i can remember from the front is tranny cooler, radiator, and a lot of shroud and 2) the rig is at the shop right now so i cant even look. I'm happy to hear it may be possible without having to pull everything. With that kind of time investment though,  I may need to attempt this myself, i'm not sure i want to add another 600-800 cost in labor.


@Preese, That sounds like it worked out great, from the sounds of it from the shop, my leak is at a seam so i don't think that's an option for me.
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Coach / Re: Removal of aqua magic toilet
« Last post by arjen on Yesterday at 12:42 AM »
Thank you very much guys!
Very much appreciated!
Hopefully the workshop  will stink later today!
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Coach / Remember to service your air conditioner
« Last post by rvroofmagic on Yesterday at 12:36 AM »
Besides cleaning awnings, resealing roofs, and checking RV batteries and water heaters, it’s very easy to forget that air conditioners need maintenance on a regular basis too. Yes, air conditioners are mostly self-sufficient, but annually you should give them a good look to make sure all is well. Depending on where and when you travel, you’ll want your air conditioners operating at peak efficiency. 
For sealing areas around AC vents and corners use a field tested and compatible caulk e.g. Rubex caulk. You can also replace an old gasket with a new one and eliminate the frustrating air conditioner leak.
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Coach / Re: Removal of aqua magic toilet
« Last post by Oz on July 08, 2020, 03:05 PM »
Like Frank said.  It's not hard at all. Just be careful not to overtighten when reinstalling.
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Coach / Re: Removal of aqua magic toilet
« Last post by Froggy1936 on July 08, 2020, 01:46 PM »
Depending on age and model, There are 2 nuts 1 on ea side Or older models There are 2 nuts accessed thru the foot pedal area & 1 nut under the round plug under the seat You will nee a long extension !  Frank
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