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Old 10-23-2013, 10:22 AM   #1
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1999 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 37WDS Onan genny removal

I'm looking at the 7.5QD genny and it looks to be actually boxed into the chassis with no way to remove it to service the thermostat or any other task, not including filters.

I don't have a slide out shelf. Does this unit unbolt somehow and drop down between the frame rails?

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Old 10-23-2013, 08:44 PM   #2
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Unfortunately, I believe the answer is no.

I have a 2000 38 WDS and I would expect the front fiberglass cap, etc are the same as yours. Mine had the dreaded magnets with poor glue that damaged the generator. The Onan repair facility cut the large square aluminum tube (that supports the front access door) in two places so that the hinged door along with the cut piece of square aluminum tube could be removed. This allowed the generator to come straight out the front.

After the generator was re-installed the square aluminum tube was re-connected using aluminum plates and bolts/nuts.

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St. Augustine, Fl.
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