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Old 07-03-2016, 10:31 PM   #1
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Missing pieces

Recently purchased a 1986 CC ES40 DP, lost driver side Battery Door on the way home.Guys at CC tell me the molds may have been destroyed.Also looking for Coach Wiring Schematic,Internet Server must still be down?If anyone knows the whereabouts of these items please contact me.Thanks and Cruise on.

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Country Coach has been bought out by Winnebago, they are still adjusting and moving things to Iowa, I believe. You might check with salvage yards, they might a a battery door to fit.

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Winnebago is still adjusting to their purchase of Country Coach and plan on moving things from Iowa to Junction City OR, I believe.

Albatross, my wife and I stayed the night at Country Coach a week ago. We went for an evening walk and toured the "mould graveyard" I recognized front and rear cap moulds
from models ranging from the 90's to the mid 2000's but did not see older ones, and none for bay or battery doors.

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Old 07-04-2016, 10:25 PM   #4
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If on gillig chassis yiu should have same door on both sides.

You can use existing one to make a mold to make a new one.

Boat places or fiberglass places can do this.

Also Diy if you have some time.
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