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Old 05-06-2015, 05:28 PM   #1
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We purchased a 1991 Holiday Rambler Limited 40 foot diesel pusher. We've been restoring it and upgrading, but I've run into a problem finding both front window regulators and a left park wiper motor. Any one have any ideas? We are planning on going full time within the next 2 years and am trying to get everything accomplished before then.

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Hello i have a 98 HR. They dont make these parts they use existing technology i have found a lot of fordfind parts in my HR in fact i put new headlights in it that were designed for a ford van. take the old motor to a auto parts store a real one not auto-zone or like that, maybe a large truck parts store some one will recognize it or google every number on it . Pm me the numbers and i will see what i can find mke

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