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Old 11-08-2019, 04:13 PM   #1
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Jam nut covers

Need jam nut covers. Ordered some twice but wrong. Winnebago says they have no covers 🤬

What do I need for my 2003 workhorse w22 on itasca Sunrise!

33mm is too large
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Old 11-08-2019, 05:02 PM   #2
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I used these:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

They fit perfectly and look original.
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Old 11-09-2019, 09:03 AM   #3
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Picture does not look like mine ��. Might have to order just 1 and give it a 3rd try.
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Old 11-09-2019, 11:44 AM   #4
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I found what I needed by taking one in with me to the RV shops along our travels. Seems most had a junk drawer type box or bin of unrelated chrome parts. In my case free for the asking.
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Recently had to replace one on my 04 Sunrise. Ordered this jam nut, perfect match!
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They fit perfectly and look original.
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Why not order from Dicor. They have a menu that leads you through to the correct part.
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Why not order from Dicor. They have a menu that leads you through to the correct part.
Yes very nice menu, then at the end it says “there are multiple available for your RV”. And shows me where to find ser# which I have spend many time looking for. There is no ser#
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Recently had to replace one on my 04 Sunrise. Ordered this jam nut, perfect match!
Wow a fellow Sunrise owner. I was starting to think I had the only one in the world made after 1997. Thank you. Question. I think mine are 22Mm. I measured them and they are 2” tall. So do not want a short one. Can you see how tall yours are please 🙏🏻
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Ok I give up, and Winnebago says they can not get then. So going to try Dicor V19582EJN

Anyone know of a wrench part number?
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If you have a truck stop near by, they will have them.
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Ok I give up, and Winnebago says they can not get then. So going to try Dicor V19582EJN

Anyone know of a wrench part number?
This is a picture of a Dicor V19582EJN I recently installed. And a picture of the wrench with number on side of it. Hopefully this will help. Click image for larger version

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