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Old 04-04-2016, 05:36 AM   #1
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Need Help with Parts

I have a 2007 Keystone Passport. I cannot find parts numbers anywhere as I purchased this one used and did not receive a manual or anything. I need to order seals for the slide, both the trim seals and the flap seals. Can I just measure them or is there a better way? Thanks so much.
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No ID stickers up on the front of the TT, or on the frame up front ? Sometimes the Vin # stamped into the steel frame up near the tongue.
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Old 04-04-2016, 06:02 AM   #3
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Why not take it over to the Keystone web site. They do have a few folks there that are pretty knowledgeable. Sorry but I don't think I should post a link but they are easy to find.

Oh and as far as that seal, you generally need to look at their shape then do a web search as there are several different - and again, a web site will give you several choices - and again, probably shouldn't post a link
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Looked at website but no manual available. Will email and see. I am going to try a search with the vin.

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Looked at website but no manual available. Will email and see. I am going to try a search with the vin.

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There is no real parts manual. What Keystone and almost all (if not all) other manufacturers provide are the installed accessory and equipment manuals by the various suppliers but only a generic 'owner's manual' covering almost their entire product line that is virtually useless. You either have to do your own research for the OEM 'box' supplied parts or *dread* let a dealer try to figure it out at a hundred plus bucks an hour.
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call Keystone

call Keystone and give them the info they need. As for the owners

manual forget, i have one for my outback and its practically useless.

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Most manufacturers don't produce replacement parts for anything over 10 years old. So you need to get in gear and get it settled ASAP. Your 2007 was probably produced in 2006 or very early in 2007, before they switched production to the 2008 models.

I would locate a RV dealer that sells Keystone Passport , give them the serial number of your RV, and ask them to order the part(s) you need.
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