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Old 06-30-2011, 09:39 PM   #253
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I needed new center cap logo's for my wheel works wheels. Called them and they were the best company to deal with.told them what I was looking for to replace worn out ones. they are sending me the center stickers for free. That is a company I will continue to shop from.
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Old 07-01-2011, 08:43 AM   #254
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May be dull, but is a ray of hope for me. I am trying to find baggage compartment latches for a 1991 Pace Arrow. The man who sold it told me to be careful with the way I closed the hatches cause they don't make the latches anymore. Well, one was already broken, and I have to use duct tape to keep it closed. I am trying to find a place to buy one for that and a couple spares.

Also have to replace the entry door lock, which, I am told, they no longer make. I can get a repair kit locally, and unless there is a source for replacement, guess I will do that.

Any help for source of vintage Pace Arrow parts would be a blessing.

Good traveling to all
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:17 PM   #255
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May be dull, but is a ray of hope for me. I am trying to find baggage compartment latches for a 1991 Pace Arrow. The man who sold it told me to be careful with the way I closed the hatches cause they don't make the latches anymore. Well, one was already broken, and I have to use duct tape to keep it closed. I am trying to find a place to buy one for that and a couple spares.

Also have to replace the entry door lock, which, I am told, they no longer make. I can get a repair kit locally, and unless there is a source for replacement, guess I will do that.

Any help for source of vintage Pace Arrow parts would be a blessing.

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If you can post a pic of the door lock and bag door latches. Are your pins broken on the bag doors or is it the handle? I have an '88 Pace and i don't trust the latches so i made a back up lock system.
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:27 PM   #256
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A new placard for the dash while parked
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New Master Cylinder: just as dull but more $$$$.

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A new hinge for a damaged basement door -I bet I get the "dull purchase of the month" award for this one.
I guess some people are never satisfied: I'm not happy when the coach won't Go and then I complain when it won't STOP. LOL
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Old 07-02-2011, 06:59 AM   #258
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Old 07-02-2011, 10:20 PM   #259
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This won't count but we took delivery on our new-to-use 2002 Winnebago Adventurer! Whoooo hoooooooa! So now it really starts....the 'what did you buy or your RV' part. Good thing we had one before so well won't have all the stuff. Funny how we like 'stuff'. LOL
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Battery terminals. This is my fourth MH, I have everything else.
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I hope this sucks

Well, this is the third vacuum...first a transformer, then a canister and now I think this one might do the job....cordless, powerful and adaptive......here goes.....


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Ohhhh that's good!!!! Love it!!!
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:14 PM   #263
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Last thing purchased? Not exciting by any means, but today. 2x4's and screws to make some platforms for the levelers while it's parked next to the house. It's on a slight incline and the concrete blocks I was using kept breaking on the downhill side. Made a criss cross pattern with the 2x4's and attached rope loops. Tested them 30 minutes ago. They're great.

Next purchase. Tomorrow maybe? Better chairs for around the camp. Cabella's 15 miles from home. That should do the trick.
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Koni FSD Shock Absorbers-4 each. UltraTrac Rear Trac Bar, Safe-T-Plus Steering Control, Tru Trac Bar for W-22 for Workhorse W Series Chassis.

There, that should make the rig safe to drive.

I feel sorry for the first owner of the this MH. He paid a lot of money for a an unsafe piece of junk. I don't know how Workhorse gets away with peddling this stuff.
I hope you come back and tell us how all that worked out for you.

There's always the possibility you need a wheel alignment
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Now I can switch to either OTA signals or campground cable when I watch TV with ease.



BTW, don't even bother with those cheapy crimping tool when you make your custom length RG6 coaxial cables. Go with the compression tool. It's a bit more expensive, but the connection is far more secure.
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