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Old 06-11-2014, 07:35 AM   #1
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Help to Identify Please

Can somebody please help to Identify these items. They were in our motorhome when we bought it. I thought I would come across where they we used but I haven't a clue!
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Old 06-11-2014, 07:37 AM   #2
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The second photo of the two pins look similar to pins that I use when connecting my toad to my tow bar?
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Old 06-11-2014, 07:42 AM   #3
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Not sure about the top pin but the bottom 2 are for attaching something to something like the toad to the tow bar or part A to part B. I don't think you would have any need for them inside the coach.
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Old 06-11-2014, 07:58 AM   #4
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the top one may be a tool used to remove an in dash radio or an exterior radio, on one of the coaches I had it you had to insert the straight end into a slot to release locks that held the radio in place
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Old 06-11-2014, 10:24 AM   #5
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The first one could be a stake/hold down for a screen room or tent.
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Might guess the two bottom pins might pin your steps to the motor arm!
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If the shaft diameter of the pins in photo 2 are 1/4", they could be the pins that hold the awning over the entry door in place when extended.
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The second photo is of clevis/quick release pins. What they are for is anybody's guess. They might not even belong on your RV (maybe for a boat) but just ended up there.
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I have clevis pins like the bottom two on my boat's bimini top. I've never seen them used in any of my motorhomes. Probably from an accessory. Maybe a portable "Easy-up" type shelter or a tent.
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The first one looks just like the "stakes" that came with my outdoor canopy to tie the poles down. The second photo is of pins which can be used on many things such as tow bar lock pins, on my tractor attachments as lock pins, you name it.
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The first picture is a release for the bathroom door lock in case a little one locks the door and can,t get out. Look at the door knob and see if there is a small hole on the isle side of the door Lock the door without closing it and insert the wire. It will open the lock.
I don't have any of the other parts picteued on or in my Revolution.
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The radio release wires are U shaped loop and they push two pins at one time to release the Infineon {Ford} radio.
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Thanks for the replies,one thing for sure is what ever they are they are not crucial to have a good holiday. maybe the fellow I bought it from wanted to add some mystery to the whole thing.
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It's hard to tell the size of the pins in the second pic but theu look like the pins used to lock my ladder into the down position.
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It's hard to tell the size of the pins in the second pic but theu look like the pins used to lock my ladder into the down position.

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