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Old 08-24-2011, 12:00 AM   #1
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Ok I have the catalog with all the part numbers i need, the question is where can i order them for my 74 minnie. all the sites that supply the catalog don't have anywhere to order the parts. Also if find it hard to believe that anyone would actually have them...
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Depends on what you are talking about. There are Winnebago parts and there are Dodge Van chassis parts.
For the Winnebago coach portion, appliance stuff is mostly from RV supply houses. Trim and body parts are going to mostly be from a junkyard. Winnebago simply has very few of the parts still available. A few that are still available are listed in this catalog (large pdf file): http://www.winnebagoind.com/resource...go_Catalog.pdf.

I hope that you did not purchase this Class A Dodge parts manual for your Class C minnie: 1969-77 DODGE MOTOR HOME Chassis Only, Text & Illustration Parts Book. It is only for Class A, not Class C.

I am not sure what the Dodge MB300 van chassis parts looks like. If you do have one of those then you look up the Dodge P/N and then have the auto supply person cross reference that number to the after market P/N. Just be clear on the fact you have a MB300 chassis, not a B300 (passenger van) or CB300 (commercial box truck) chassis. Some suspension parts are different between models.

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Old 08-24-2011, 06:36 PM   #3
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i need coach parts but i have yet to find anyplace i can order online and shows prices.


my chassis is doing fine.
for chassis i go straight to the source..

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Old 08-24-2011, 08:38 PM   #4
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For coach parts, you'll either need to haunt the salvage yards or just replace with more modern RV parts.

Lots of stuff on ebay as well.
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Old 08-31-2011, 10:51 PM   #5
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Don't mean to high jack but where can I find a radiator for a 73 440???
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I think your best bet is to have it recored.

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poppatello,
Please refer to this post about your radiator.
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Other than a used one in a junk yard, they simply do not keep them in stock anymore. Your radiator guy has to special order the core and rebuild (recore) your old one.

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Try to google your part number with manufacturer name and see if you get any hits. I have done this with an Onan fuel pump and circuit board with good results.
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Bought a new camode for the minnie. Did not want to even think about tearing the old oneone apart.


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Try ANY RV PARTS in Chino CA. I found them through E-bay and got several things for my vintage TT. Just google the name but don't be discouraged if you don't see what you need on the website. I called, talked to a real live human being, described what I needed, and got it two days later. Good luck.
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