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Old 09-01-2012, 06:25 PM   #1
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Exclamation Help with '05 Damon Challenger

I have a friend that just had a considerable amount of damage to the left rear of his Challenger by Damon. A blowout caused several delemas for him. Wiring was pulled down out of the area above the wheel well looks like AC. DC coach wiring from the Workhorse chassis was torn apart in the wheel well. LP gas line was also damaged there. Two storage door latches were trashed. Lastly the bottom of his sewer compartment now has a rather large area torn out of it. Left side exhaust was cut off just before the turn towards the side of the body. Can anybody out there help out this poor soul? Would anyone know how he could get a wiring diagram?
THANX in advance
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Old 09-02-2012, 08:09 AM   #2
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I'm not in a position to supply any wiring info on this RV, sorry. I am wondering,however, why the owners insurance company is not involved in these repair costs as it would seem to me that the damage is way above a normal deductible. If it's $$ out of his pocket, and it's over the deductible, doing the work yourself and incurring all the costs seems ill advised.
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Old 09-02-2012, 08:25 PM   #3
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I'm not in a position to supply any wiring info on this RV, sorry. I am wondering,however, why the owners insurance company is not involved in these repair costs as it would seem to me that the damage is way above a normal deductible. If it's $$ out of his pocket, and it's over the deductible, doing the work yourself and incurring all the costs seems ill advised.
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