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Old 05-05-2016, 06:49 PM   #1
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DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO GET PARTS LIKE BRAKES ,COOLING MAINT
PARTS FOR CLASS A FLEETWOOD BOUNDERS ,MINEIS A 92 HAVE HECK A TIME
TRYING TO FIND THEM ON THE WEB, ALSO WHAT TEMP T/STAT DOES THIS RV USE 180 OR 195 DEG? THE ONLY MANUEL I CAN FIND IS THE OWNERS AND THERE ARE NO MECHANICAL PARTS LISTED THERE .
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If you have the make, year, model, serial number of your chassis, you can get a lot of the parts from auto and truck part suppliers. After all, your motorhome is basically a truck under that box that you live in. For instance, I just bought the interval controller for my windshield wiper system from Rock Auto. Some of the parts suppliers didn't cover the Chevy P30 chassis in their listings, but Rock Auto did.
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Locate your Vin and Google it.

You can discover lots of things including chassis maker and engine.

Print out that report and use it to locate any part on the chassis.

Always remove old part for visual comparison if possible as sometimes the listing ate not correct.

Ours calls for one type of dryer but completely different one is installed so be prepared for some challenges.
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DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO GET PARTS LIKE BRAKES ,COOLING MAINT
PARTS FOR CLASS A FLEETWOOD BOUNDERS ,MINEIS A 92 HAVE HECK A TIME
TRYING TO FIND THEM ON THE WEB, ALSO WHAT TEMP T/STAT DOES THIS RV USE 180 OR 195 DEG? THE ONLY MANUEL I CAN FIND IS THE OWNERS AND THERE ARE NO MECHANICAL PARTS LISTED THERE .
Guessing here, but I'd say you have a chevy p30 chassis. Original thermostat was a 195 degree. That said, most of us "old timers" have found that the 180 degree is better suited for the RV chassis and helps keep the engine cool. If you engine gets over 210 degrees then your fan clutch is most likely bad. It should start "roaring" at 200 degrees, if you can't hear it, then it is broke. (common as dirt) I went through 3 new units, to get one that worked properly.

Moho parts, especially early ones can be a challenge to find for anyone. Moho coach parts are not like cars, they don't have to make replacement parts for 20 years. Local RV parts stores have access to several parts warehouses for coach parts or contact the manufacturer directly. Mechanical parts will come from local auto parts stores or from the price evil OEM chassis dealers. What specific parts are you looking for?

Hopes this is of some help!
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By the way, SC Frigette made many of the automotive AC units for moho's, specificly, the evaporators and interior blower units and boxes. It went out of business and then went back in business. Parts are pricey. If the box is broke open then you may do best with spray foam and aluminum tape. Some of the control parts are still available online. Again, not sure what you need.
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