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Old 07-23-2008, 04:21 PM   #1
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Does anybody know who bought most of western rv parts. I am in need of some fender skirting and can't find anybody with parts.

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Does anybody know who bought most of western rv parts. I am in need of some fender skirting and can't find anybody with parts.

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JD- Try contacting Amtech fiberglass molders. I believe they did all molding for WRV probably including fender skirts. About halfway down that page you will see RV products, and should recognize rear cap of an Alpine Coach, front of the famous Alpine Avalanche, and IIRecognizeItC, our shower stall.
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