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Old 08-18-2011, 07:44 AM   #1
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New twist in overheating issue

I have an issue I posted in the Class A forum. I am missing the lower fan shroud, on an 88 Pace Arrow. I believe it is on a John Deere chassis. I called Fleetwood and they stated that stuff is not made anymore. I have a call into a couple salvage places, but have not heard anything. Any suggestion on where else to look.

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The fan shroud is probably a chassis part not M/H part so try John Deere, I believe the chassis division was purchased by Oshkosh.
If you can remove the remaining portion and provide radiator dimensions as well as lower mounting specs you might try an HVAC shop that can manufacture one.

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Thank you......I never thought of a HVAC company, by chance I have a buddy who owns one.
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Old 08-18-2011, 04:32 PM   #4
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If the rig has a John Deere chassis they now come under freightliner so although not all chassis parts are available or even made,alot still are. Give the freightliner help line number a call,can't remember it off hand but there's a sticky in the freightliner chassis forum.

Have last six digits if chassis VIN handy and see if they can help you out.
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Thank paul I will call tomorrow
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