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Old 03-22-2008, 09:50 PM   #1
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I post important things to this site only because I trust the depth of the members know how here.I wanted to know if anyone here knows of a J/Y that is known for motor homes.Sad but true,it maybe the only way to find some of the parts I need for my 1981 Winniebago warrior and to find a early Tiger XL motor home to restore.

The net links would be very helpful,but I will call if phone numbers are the ref.

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I post important things to this site only because I trust the depth of the members know how here.I wanted to know if anyone here knows of a J/Y that is known for motor homes.Sad but true,it maybe the only way to find some of the parts I need for my 1981 Winniebago warrior and to find a early Tiger XL motor home to restore.

The net links would be very helpful,but I will call if phone numbers are the ref.

Thanks all,

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Old 03-23-2008, 06:32 AM   #3
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Gary, Here on the left coast (Southern Kalif) Walts R.V.supplies is filled with tons of stuff.

1-909-823-0563 (Fontana Ka)

Waltsrvt@aol,com
I wander around for hours, Another is RV parts outlet in Hemet......1-909-487-6967
WWW.RVPO.COM

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Old 03-23-2008, 07:20 PM   #4
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www.azrvinc.com/ This is one I know and trust!! they have a lot of everything there!!
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Thanks Dan Wall,Wallye-Wallbb-Oh heck-Dan with the hat and the trooper.
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Old 03-24-2008, 08:18 PM   #6
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I just confused you all to heck, huh!!!! Are you ready to hear what we call our newest toad??? I call it "wantobee" Its a want to be Hummer H3!! Had one beside it and was looking at them both and the new hummer is almost identical to the body of the H3!! Deb has her own name for it but White B***h!!! Thats what you call a vehicle like a ford..You know, Found on road dead or something like that! I found this on private property and still started and took me right home after sitting for a year!
Anyway, "Wantobee" is its unofficial name. I like that,its like my new name and I didn't do that It was another name handed to me and I like it better than Capt. They wanted to call me Safari Dan.. Not enough Ausse for me!!
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Dan,
Then take a look at this site.

WWW.Exeditionportal.com

You might find it interesting.
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