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Old 07-26-2010, 07:04 PM   #1
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Hello everybody! My name is Charlie and my wife and I have just purchased a 1999 37'Renegade Classic Edition motorhome made by Harney (SMC Corporation)which I understand is now Morocco. This home is a model Mesa 37RQ and has a 300 Hp Turbo Diesel cat engine magnum Chassis.Has a Allison 6 speed auto transmission.Home has 22,875 miles and appears to be in excellent condition,with a few minor problems. I did not recieve ANY manuals or any service literature whatsoever! I am fairly good at any type of maintance and service as I am a retired appliance airconditioning service business owner.I also worked as a service technician for Sears for 21 years before starting my own service and repair business.However I have not worked on motor homes other than their a/c and heating units.I am hoping to find someone that can help me with any issues that I might encounter with this home!Also where I might locate some manuals.Thanks everbody for any information!Charlie

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Welcome aboard....I know where Snyder is located...I grew up fro a few years in Odessa.

As for the manuals, most items are supplied by companies such as Dometic or Norcold for a frig, and so on. Do a net search with the manufacture and model number. Monaco might be able to help on wiring and plumbing diagrams.


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Thanks Ken! I will try Monocco!Charlie.
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Hi Charlie,

I'm in San Angelo. I'm new to RVing and have found this forum very helpful and all the folks that have given me advice and suggestion are all really nice and understanding.

My wife and I are in Snyder several times each year, maybe we will run into each other some time
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Hi Charlie and welcome. I'm about 50 miles north of Dallas in Collin County. I've been through Snyder a few times.
I'm sure you will find good info here on the forum.
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Welcome - You might try the Monaco yahoo group for info:
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