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Old 06-30-2012, 04:17 PM   #29
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FWIW - Wiper Blades can be had at most Costco, Napa, maybe walmart stores. Keep a spare of the drivers side as a minimum, or keep the old one, and replace with new.

Contact me via a PM about the Xantrex RS2000 Spare, I might be interested if the price is right, since it seems a spate of them are heading out to the trash bin, and I don' t want to be stranded. THX in advance.

Truck stops have them as well, I don't think I like their pricing as well as the above. Agree a virtural ACA parts inventory is a good idea, but I would only list "extra spares" which are available, not you only one of a spare unless it's not a high use item. Most of this stuff is findable, it's just not easy sometimes.

Basil - My compartment is bad, as far as wiring, hoses, etc is concerned, but your is way worse. WRV must have taken some time to streighten it out prior to our purchase. I did however work in there to rearrange some of the wiring, and I changed all the push one connectors I could get to, because WRV used the wrong size for the wiring used. It's tight to get in there and fix anything, and your relays are in a different place mine are on the ceiling of the compartment. Almost impossible to see and replace.

Monty & Janet - 2007 Alpine APEX 40 MDTS
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