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Old 03-13-2014, 08:03 AM   #1
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Anyone with info on where to get parts and accessories for a 91 Holiday Rambler , pleas email me, Tennesseemick@yahoo.com, thank you.
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Try goggling RV Junk yard in your area.
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Old 03-13-2014, 02:11 PM   #3
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Where you go primarily depends on what is you want. Could be an auto supply, rv parts house, truck supply, junk yard, internet store, Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, etc. Your question is simply to broad to provide an answer.

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Old 03-15-2014, 06:48 AM   #5
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91 holiday rambler

Yes actually, trim around inside windshield, left windshield itself, the cover for the entrance door light, windshield washer fluid reservoir . I got a great deal on mine and it was taken very good care of so I am looking to fix minor stuff and get it back to its former glory. Thanks
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You can try here, they are pretty responsive to email or a phone call.

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I replaced the entrance door/porch light on my 91 Beaver Baronet with an LED I got on eBay. It came with 2 lenses one clear one amber. I think it was about 30.00 shipped nice and bright and hardly power draw. I've had mine for a month and have cleaned and tinkered inside but mostly I've been changing fluids and catching up on maintenance to be sure I know where I am starting from. Thankfully both windshields and seals were replaced the day before I bought it by the dealership. I checked with glass companies and the price I was quote was 2400.00. Have fun. We are hoping to go on our first trip in April.
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I found a perfect porch light lens for my 1991 Lazy Daze at a small local RV parts store. It only cost $5. I was surprised they still make them.

I guess they like to keep things the same for a long time, which I agree with.
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