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Old 04-24-2014, 06:43 AM   #1
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any idea where I could get a manual on it I have no clue about anything.
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Welcome to irv2 Bill.
I do not have a manual for your Beaver but the people in this Monaco forum maybe able to help.
I do have this sticky posted in that forum though.
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Bill, welcome aboard. i'm sure you get the info you need.
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If you email the manufacturer, they may send you one. I emailed Thor, they emailed me one a few hours later.
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beaver marquis are out of business and cant find a manuel
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Bill, try this link.. http://beaveramb.org/PDF/PDF%20Manua...er+Patriot.pdf
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Virago-Rider thanks for the link I will add to Beaver Tech link in Monaco forum.
If you have any others will do the same.

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Bill, here is a link to the 2002 Marquis owners manual. This is from a legacy site, but the Marquis manuals only go back to 2002. Much will be the same as the 2001, so this should help you.
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A thanks to you also Richard will add to the list we keep this up we will have a good file for Beaver coach's.
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Hi everyone, newbie here. Could anyone give me the height of a 1998 3515 Georgie Boy? I have to clear some branches to bring one in and I want to make sure I clear enough of them. Thanks
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Hi everyone, newbie here. Could anyone give me the height of a 1998 3515 Georgie Boy? I have to clear some branches to bring one in and I want to make sure I clear enough of them. Thanks
Unless someone has exact measurements, I would trim for a 13' height and you will be safe.
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Thor Overview

What a great idea for a sticky...

For current or perspective Thor RV owners, please know that Thor is the mfgt. of many model lines in every segment of the industry under different brands including Airstream plus TMC (motorhomes). See: Recreational Vehicles - Thor Industries, Inc.

Thor Industries, Inc. was founded on August 29, 1980, when Wade F. B. Thompson and Peter Busch Orthwein acquired Airstream. The name "Thor" combined the first two letters of each entrepreneur's name. Despite its image, Airstream had not fared well during the economic downturn of the late-1970s. By focusing on improving quality while reducing costs, Airstream returned to profitability in its first year under the new Thor management.

Thor Motor Coach (TMC) was created in 2010, but has the collective knowledge from the original Thor motorhome line, plus mergers with Damon, Four Winds and Mandalay Luxury Coach - currently making 20 different model lines with each line having from 2-6 floor plans. See: Company | Thor Motor Coach #1 Brand of Motorhomes | Diesel Pushers,Class A,Class B,& Class C RV s

Thor has factory customer service: http://thormotorcoach.com/contact.php and has assembled a library of sales material for consumers looking at older models that are now part of the TMC family. See: Literature Request | Thor Motor Coach #1 Brand of Motorhomes | Diesel Pushers,Class A,Class B,& Class C RV s . Direct download is in the top right corner of that page.

As of the date of this post, Thor and TMC do not offer factory pick-up of new RV's or factory direct parts. When contacting customer service, they will offer as much information as they have and refer you to their dealer network, which can be searched here: http://thormotorcoach.com/dealer-finder.php

Factory service is available by contacting customer service. The shop is located across the street from the factory in Elkhart.

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