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Old 04-29-2014, 02:17 PM   #1
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Fleetwood Gearbox Toyhauler Parts?

I am looking for some help/parts. I recently purchased a Gear Box toyhauler, and I need the fold up chairs that are used for the table, also the table, and there was a screen for the back door that was attached using a channel that ran across the top, and there is a zipper there to attach the screen, and there are some turn hardware attachments along the side to attach the screen. I am also in search of an owners manual, have figured most of it out, but would be nice to have. If I can even get the furniture hardware for the flip up chairs or used ones?
Any help appreciated!

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Old 04-30-2014, 10:56 PM   #2
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As you probably know Fleetwood stopped making trailers a while ago. The economy/quality control killed them. Losing 65 million $$ in 2007 was like a knife in the corporate back....

I also have a Fleetwood (2001) that has needed some work. Luckily most of the stuff I needed was standard items... roofing, vents, etc... I don't know that you'll find the exact items you are looking for but maybe you can come close searching ebay, craigs list or the local RV parts supplier. Maybe you could retrofit some stuff from other trailers to work?

Good luck. I'm looking for an owners manual too... not much luck yet!

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Old 05-03-2014, 07:36 AM   #3
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I have been able to get some items on E bay, and will be able to retrofit.

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