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Old 03-15-2011, 02:50 PM   #1
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1986 Sprinter by Mallard

We are looking for any information about our Sprinter

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For the chassis, look at the Chilton manuals at your auto parts store......Ford Chevy????

For the firg, stove, water heater and furnace use Google and look up the brand and mocel. Lots of the manuals are available on line.


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It is a chevy. we do have the chassis manual it no longer has the fridge. I really need to find out the water tanks specs and propane tank size if anyone knows also we have 30 amp service and are trying to find the right type of generator, we have found a champion 4000 watt/30 amp but seems to be the only one right size.
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If you're going to mount the generator in a compartment, just do some measuring.

If you want to know the volume of the tanks, just do some measuring or fill with a known size bucket and keep count.

If you want to know the capacity of the propane tank, just run it empty and refill. They will only refill to 80% of tank size. Marvh
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