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Old 07-02-2009, 09:44 AM   #1
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Had accident need repair parts

I have a 1999 34 foot Coachman catilina class A motorhome; I was hit on the drivers side rear just past the rear wheels, The compartment doors were destroyed, also inside the compartments were damaged where the dump valves are at. I need replacement bins and replacement doors.
I called the coachman factory and they said they no longer have these parts.
I need help finding these parts.

thanks for any help
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I have a 1999 34 foot Coachman catilina class A motorhome; I was hit on the drivers side rear just past the rear wheels, The compartment doors were destroyed, also inside the compartments were damaged where the dump valves are at. I need replacement bins and replacement doors.
I called the coachman factory and they said they no longer have these parts.
I need help finding these parts.

thanks for any help
Try http://www.azrvinc.com/.
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Old 07-03-2009, 01:43 PM   #3
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Thanks

I've called them and I'll get the repair place where I have the motorhome in for repairs to get in touch with them.
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These folks are supposedly one of the largest.
Colawrvsalvage.com
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Colawrvsalvage.com
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On my Damon.. I found a body man who custom built new compartment doors. Man can do most anything.

Alas. he is in N.W. Detroit, Michigan area

But I'm sure there is someone near you who is nearly as good (if not better) Look for a body man old enough to be your father
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On my Damon.. I found a body man who custom built new compartment doors. Man can do most anything.

Alas. he is in N.W. Detroit, Michigan area

But I'm sure there is someone near you who is nearly as good (if not better) Look for a body man old enough to be your father

I know this is a little late but if i found a body man old enough to be my father he would have to be at least 96 years old.
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Robert- That's him, that's the guy!! Post his contact info.
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If somebody hit you, then their insurance should pay for repairs. Just visit a RV Repair facility and they will search out the parts or have them fabricated.
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If somebody hit you, then their insurance should pay for repairs. Just visit a RV Repair facility and they will search out the parts or have them fabricated and insurance company does the check.
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If somebody hit you, then their insurance should pay for repairs. Just visit a RV Repair facility and they will search out the parts or have them fabricated and insurance company does the check.
I have the motorhome in the shop and they are -----slowly getting it back together; In the past year I have had this motorhome and the one I just sold in a shop for repairs eight months, for some reason these repair places are realy -----------------------------------slow.
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Had accident need repair parts



Don't know if this will help. There also a truck salvage yard in Winamac, IN. that has RV wrecks. I'll see if I can run some thing down.



http://www.ccis.com/home/mnemeth/rvsalvage.htm
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Don't know if this will help. There also a truck salvage yard in Winamac, IN. that has RV wrecks. I'll see if I can run some thing down.



http://www.ccis.com/home/mnemeth/rvsalvage.htm
thanks' I have the motorhome in the shop and the parts that they can't get their making them. don't know how that will turn out; but it will get me back on the road.
I'm now starting to look for another motorhome. can't aford new so I' have to settle for about a 1999; thats about all my pocket book can handle; I never finance; I've always paid cash for my motorhomes.
looking for a good low milage fleetwood southwind 32 to 34 foot with a slide
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Remember if you do finance the interest can be a tax deduction as a second home and now there are good deals out there.
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