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Old 09-16-2013, 11:29 AM   #1
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Propane Cover

Hi guys and gals

I have a 2006 Zeppelin 303 travel trailer from Keystone , I have a a problem with the plastic cover starting to break . This cover in not like a normal cover. The 2 30 lbs propane tanks and the the battery are set back into the front of the trailer and this cover sits on brackets on the front and rests on the A frame of the trailer. Original designed to be areodynamic I guess. Called my local Keystone dealer and they said it was dicsconntinued. I'm thinking I will have to have someone custom make it for me. When I use the work custome I'm saying large money.Anyone Have any Ideas?? May even consider a used one.

Tanks for the help ahahah
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Old 09-17-2013, 11:31 PM   #2
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How about a photo.
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Tank Cover picture

This is whatthe cover looks like from the orignal ad.When I bought the trailer hope it helps track it down. You also have to cut the area by the A frame to get your equalizer brackets installed not in pic.

Thanks Dan the Zepp man
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Gonna have to go to Keystone and pray they still have them. Doubt it though.
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:39 AM   #5
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Wood is too heavy and plastic gets brittle. Before you start loosing pieces of the formed plastic, a good fiberglass man can use your current propane cover as a mold and fabricate a new one using fiberglass cloth. Not really difficult, just time consuming.
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