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Old 06-07-2018, 10:57 PM   #15
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Don't let it discourage you! I'm wrapping up a full rebuild and remodel of an 89 Tiffin Allegro 31B and it has been a great experience. Some things I will also recommend:

If it's a P30 chassis go ahead and rebuild the braking system if it's original. Master cylinder all rubber hoses and wheel cylinders.

Check your tire dates! I drove mine home on a tire that was made in 1997! (Stupid me)

Your front air bags are probably completely gone. It's drivable without these but it will get squirrelly on the interstate next to a big truck.

Most importantly have fun with it! I wouldn't worry too much about finding OEM parts. Do it up how you like it!
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Old 06-07-2018, 11:01 PM   #16
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Also house batteries are expensive and heavy. I switched everything inside to LED and I can go days on one deep cycle battery. I do also have hard wired charger so when I run the generator or plug into shore power it charges her right up!
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