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Old 01-25-2010, 12:09 PM   #1
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Power GearSlideout Drive

The slideout drive on my Bounder has failed with a broken gear in the drive. The part number is 130-1204 by Powergear. I have found some information on the web that Powergear is aware of this problem and has a heavier duty replacement. Has anyone else had this problem and knows the part number of the replacement annd where I could purchase it.
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Try Sullivan RV. Their website is www.rvpartstore.com
I have bought a lot of Fleetwood parts from them over the years, they are also on e-bay.

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You can also try Raymond Velasquez at:

(951) 533-8463

rmv096@sbcglobal.net

He handles Fleetwood parts. I recently purchased a Power Gear motor from him and he was by far the cheapest in the whole country.

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