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Old 01-25-2009, 03:32 PM   #1
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Since there isn't a HR forum I guess it is here that we who have HR's post.
I just bought a 99 Endeavor with 23K on the engine and we are off to see the world! I need some accessories like a bra and some awnings for the windows and a mud flap.But we are back and camping.
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Old 01-26-2009, 03:51 PM   #2
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Welcome, you have found the right place.
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Old 01-27-2009, 05:13 AM   #3
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I am also new on this site. I just found it. I am currently in Yuma and missed all of the fun at Q. Hope everyone had a great time.
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Old 01-27-2009, 10:58 AM   #4
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CyberVet65......Take a look at a 3M mask for the front before the bra. I had a bra on my last Class A and it's a fair amount of work. Wet or dusty weather will get under the bra and cause issues. I'm thinking your MH probably has a slide out generator which would require the bra be removed everytime you needed to access anything in the front.

The 3M is pricey, about $1100-$1200.

I made a mudflap for my last Class A. I bought three rubber mudflaps from a truck stop and cut them to fit and then mounted them on a piece of flat plate at the top and a piece at the bottom. I added some chrome hardware to the bottom to dress it up. (Poor Man's mudflap) You can also buy a couple of types of aftermarket models at Camping World.

Finally, the window awnings are available at CW. Check what they have in stock before you order. Often they have some that were ordered and never installed/picked-up at a good price.
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CyberVet65, sounds like you're going to have a great time with your Endeavor.

Due to trying to go where no RV had gone before, late last spring, I ended up needing a new mudflap. After some hand wringing over the cost of an OEM replacement, we decided to bite the bullet and got one from Future Sales.

Turned out to be just like the one I had trashed and the people we dealt with couldn't have been nicer. As fulltimers, getting UPS shipments isn't always the easiest thing to do. Final cost was around $370 with shipping. There was a time when Diplomat Don's way my way, but age and the need to spend it while I'm here on earth have finally caught up to me.
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