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Old 03-02-2012, 07:53 PM   #1
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Holiday Rambler Brackets?

I have two brackets, latches, or catches (I'm not sure what to call them) that are missing on my 1984 Holiday Rambler. I was wondering if any of you have a similar rig and have the items still on their MH? One set holds up the battery compartment door and the other set holds up the lid to the shorepower cord compartment. I've included pictures of what I am talking about. I would like to know what they originally looked like and can they be duplicated or replaced.


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Old 03-12-2012, 07:52 PM   #2
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that must be something custom...I have a 84 HR ambassador and it doesnt have either of those brackets..

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I have similar all the way around my MH about 30 inches from the ground. Looks like some sort of cover to keep wind/cold from going underneath?
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I had an "AHA" or a "duh" moment! I am at Scout Camp sitting in the dining hall when I happened to look at the screen in the window. They were held in by these thumb clamps and I said "DUH" I should have thought of that. They are exactly what I needed. Now if I can just find a couple. The ones on the dining hall are about 50 years old. I took this picture with my phone camera and it isn't very clear, but you get the idea.
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