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Old 06-25-2014, 09:04 PM   #1
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We recently bought a Terry travel trailer and are ready to hit the road; however, we need a few minor parts which are not available at local rv supply stores. One is a cap for the hydraulic trailer tongue which should be a 4.5 by 6 inch rectangle. The other is a cover for the inlet under the "water" door. Any suggestions on where to check??? Thanks!
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Pictures usually help. There's lots of little covers for the same item.
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The cover for the "hole" I'm looking for is for jacking down the spare tire. Unfortunately, we haven't found the tool to put the stabilizers down, either.
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Somebody mentioned a CAM something to check for on line for possible parts for the trailer. There is a sign that says "use only BaL stabilizer jack" to lower the stabilizers. Can anyone tell me what a BaL stands for?? Is it a manufacturer?? Are they still in business? Thanks for any ideas!!!
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BAL is a company. Not sure what the sign is you're talking about or asking.
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