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Old 08-31-2016, 04:22 PM   #1
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Well it happened

The first thing to break within the first month is the windshield wiper arm on the 09 Monaco Camelot 42PDQ. Does anyone have an idea were I might look for one?
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Did the arm break, or the nut just loosen, which is very common - Bill Willard
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Old 09-01-2016, 07:46 AM   #3
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Windshield Wiper

The arm broke, well the small bar that holds the spring in place broke so without the spring tension it just flops around.
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I replaced the pin with a shortened drill bit shank
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If it were me I would repair that arm. If not try REV group for a replacement. If no Luck there my friend just bought parts for his Tiffin (no longer available from Tiffin) from these folks;
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Diesel Equipment Corp in Greensboro NC. They were a Monaco parts supplier...guess they still are. I bought arms from them a few years ago.

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Wiper supplier

Greetings - We were having a problem with wiper slap on our 2006 Monaco Diplomat and I managed to find the manufacturer - AM Equipment.

They were very responsive and may have the exact parts you need. AM Equipment Windshield Wiper Systems & Durable DC Motors
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I replaced the pin with a shortened drill bit shank

Replaced both of mine with similar process. Your local ACEHardware also may have a pin to match.


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