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Dodge - Chrysler Chassis / Re: unknown swerving
« Last post by shilohako on Yesterday at 09:27 PM »
here is where i grabbed
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Dodge - Chrysler Chassis / Re: unknown swerving
« Last post by shilohako on Yesterday at 08:59 PM »
I have movement at steering column above gearbox, does that mean new (not remanufactured) gearbox needs adjusting.  I took video but i cant get it to post.  movement isnt below gearbox.  it was this way before but new gearbox didnt change anything.
what am I missing???
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Introduce Yourself / Re: '87 Winnebago Elandan
« Last post by Baseballride351 on Yesterday at 08:30 PM »
I had to do a double take. The only thing I noticed different was the barn or garage behind in your picture that mad me realize you had not taken a picture of mine. Even the pine tree in the background looks like mine.
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Coach / Re: Thieves tried to steal my catalytic converter
« Last post by Oz on Yesterday at 04:09 PM »
It's been rampant for many years.   Great $$$ for recycle.
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Dodge - Chrysler Chassis / Re: unknown swerving
« Last post by Oz on Yesterday at 04:08 PM »
Excellent,  Rick!   :)ThmbUp
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Dodge - Chrysler Chassis / Re: unknown swerving
« Last post by Elandan2 on Yesterday at 03:28 PM »
According to the Dodge Parts Catalog, the M300,400 & 500 from 1975-77 use the same drag link, Dodge part # 4026505 which crosses to Moog DS881. The simplest way to tell is measure the drag link center to center and compare that to the specs.
https://www.finditparts.com/products/400546/moog-ds881?sctx=eyJzIjoiIDA4MDA2NjE0NjAxMCAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAiLCJzb3VyY2Ui%0AOiJzZWFyY2hwYWdlIiwicHJvZHVjdF9pZCI6NDAwNTQ2LCJyZXN1bHRfY291%0AbnQiOjEsInJlc3VsdF9pZHgiOjB9%0A&ga_list=Search%20Results%20v2
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Dodge - Chrysler Chassis / Re: unknown swerving
« Last post by shilohako on Yesterday at 02:11 PM »
does anyone know if there much difference in m300 between 74 and 76.
i ask because lots of places list 74 but not 76
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Dodge - Chrysler Chassis / Re: unknown swerving
« Last post by shilohako on Yesterday at 01:52 PM »
my friend just went to an RV rally and had a suspension vender say that if drag link is to tight it can cause swerving. has anyone heard of this, or had experience
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Coach / Thieves tried to steal my catalytic converter
« Last post by Ericb760 on Yesterday at 01:58 AM »
I keep my RV on a five acre parcel of land that we own. It's on a dead end dirt road that isn't highly traveled. Even so, I make it a point to stop by the property at least twice a month to check the RV and take a look around. This morning my wife and I drove there planning to do some cleaning before a scheduled trip in September.
As usual, I started the engine to make sure it was running okay and I immediately sensed (and heard) an exhaust leak coming from about midship. I crawled underneath to discover the exhaust pipe exiting the converter was just dangling there. The thieves were able to cut through the back pipe but apparently couldn't get their saw in to the limited space at the front of the converter.
I was so pissed I forgot to take a picture. The repair won't be too difficult and will involve welding a sleeve over the cut part.
This is just a PSA that it is a good idea to check your RV cat even if it is in gated storage. Apparently converter theft is rampant in Cali right now, and I would guess that it is around the country too.
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Coach / Re: Aluminum body work
« Last post by Oz on July 31, 2021, 11:48 PM »
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