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Old 01-31-2015, 06:40 PM   #15
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yes, the propane tanks were always easy to find, lol, and yes, converter, fuses, all have been found, except there are no controls anywhere for the A/C. So bizarre.

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Old 02-09-2015, 01:26 PM   #16
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Hello CarteBlanche. Those older Terry's were very much the same as the Prowler's. I have a '84 Prowler, and about only differences were exterior door placements and interior plans, but pretty much same as build.

Unfortunately, my Prowler was remodeled/restored by PO and they changed out all the electrical, new stud 2x4 front, rear and roof support, new insulation and replacing the stock invertor circuit w/ new system for plug and go, so I as new owner don't need to check whether it's 12v or 110 hookup---it's all automatic now. So sorry I can't help much. Good luck.

I will say, if it's not been changed out or destroyed. You will find TT info on a decal in cabinet door or closet area to give you some idea about what you have as model, build date and such.

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