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Old 01-11-2015, 01:57 PM   #1
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AC Unit for Astro Allegro

The Shroud came off of our Motor home and we are having a hard time finding a replacement. The numbers are rubbed off of the Ac unit itself, but it is a 1988 astro allegro 28'. Any help?
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Old 01-11-2015, 10:48 PM   #2
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88 Allegro, more than likely is going to be a Duo-therm brisk air. post up pics on the inside part of the unit and it should be easy to identify.
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I will post pictures as soon as the sun comes out. We have looked in several places for a cover, and have only found 2 different sizes that look compatible. One is 28" and the other is 42". Now the AC unit is 32", so obviously the 28" will not fit. My question is are we going to be able to find a bolt on, or is this going to have to be redrilled through the top of the RV? I did not see how big the original cover was, my dad lost it in transit. Maybe if I found others with the same RV they could measure theirs for me maybe?

http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-Condit...ud+Polar+White


This is the best option I could find so far.
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the covers screw to the AC itself, the side of the cover does not always 100% match the AC unit.
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