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Old 04-28-2012, 04:03 PM   #15
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Look for the little brass tag form RVIA, often found near the coach door. On this tag you should find your coach number.
Never even looked at it so after your post I went out and sure enough I have a RVIA number. Will record this number before it fades. Unfortunately Monaco does not use this number as my coach number.
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Safari/Monaco/Navistar who ever it is today, asks me for the last 6 numbers on the RVIA tag.

Funny I'm the one making the call and I never quite sure which company it is I'm talking to these days.
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My Georgie Boy has the Chassis VIN number and the Georgie Boy (coach) Serial Number on the placard next to the drivers seat with the GVWR and tire information.
In addition Georgie Boy posted on the wall in the bedroom closet the MH Model number, the VIN and Serial number, RVIA number and also lists the manufacturer, model and serial number for all the appliances. (Generator, converter, Heaters, AC's, fridge, range, microwave, Lp tank, water and holding tanks, etc)
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