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Old 06-23-2016, 08:26 PM   #1
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While changing headlight lamps, I found the plate that anchors the assembly to the fiberglass nose corroded and unserviceable. I've tried all that I know and can't find used or new anywhere. The part has notches and anchoring springs that make a simple fix, a little tougher. First time blogger:
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While changing headlight lamps, I found the plate that anchors the assembly to the fiberglass nose corroded and unserviceable. I've tried all that I know and can't find used or new anywhere. The part has notches and anchoring springs that make a simple fix, a little tougher. First time blogger:

If you start here and locate a part number, you should be able to call Winnebago for help.

Winnebago Product Information | Motorhome & RV Information

I just looked around for a bit and had no luck. You could give them a call directly?
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Thanks, but the part falls between chassis and headlight/ front section. The part that I need doesn't have a number and Winnebago no longer supports the '96 Adventurer in this area. Any '96 Adventurer is in for a rude awakening....mine only has 54k miles and other than paint fading, everything works. Winnebago engineer advises powder coat was abandoned after '96, in favor of more effective corrosion limiting coatings.
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