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  1. goreds2
    05-01-2011 08:15 AM
    goreds2
    73Indian, a beautful rig you have there! I bet heads turn where ever you drive it. Do you have pics of the interior? Love the older Winnies!
  2. ROLLNSMOKE
    That is one awsome rig you have there!
  3. 440Indian73
    Hey, got a Indian 73 440 here, thinking about roof repair like your idea.
  4. Peacenic
    07-02-2010 12:23 AM
    Peacenic
    WEB search for Snow Roof ended with Ace Hardware. On shelf at store as gallons only, but opted for 5 gal pail that was delivered to store in couple days. Interesting material I think will find several uses here. Many thanks. Good thing was up looking at roof... all three plumbing vent covers were trash. All better now.
  5. Peacenic
    06-28-2010 11:16 AM
    Peacenic
    Bless you! Thanks for the insight! Peaceful journeys.
  6. Peacenic
    06-28-2010 12:32 AM
    Peacenic
    Another Brave issue. Been carefully scraping loose coating off roof to find leak not previously aware of. Some coating looks similar to mobile home mat'l I used on Dad's house many years ago and some looks almost like tar, but hard (and is peeling up around edges). After removing all loose mat'l and cleaning as best I can, what do you recommend I coat roof with? Material shown in you reroof album?
  7. Peacenic
    06-27-2010 04:09 AM
    Peacenic
    Understood. Thank you.
  8. Peacenic
    06-26-2010 11:56 AM
    Peacenic
    Hi Les.
    Negotiating digital realms cetainly not my long suit, but your sage advice always appreciated.

    On to a question. While issues play out on '73 Chieftain, a nicer '71 Brave powered by 318 came to 'the ranch'. Brave needs transmission, torque converter and cross member. Local outlet has bolt on tranny, but parking brake would be sacrificed and drive shaft likely need altering. My feeble WEB search netted no answers. Any suggestions?
  9. terrence8524
    hi i just bought a 1973 brave got to find out what kind an where i can get batteries from and put some gas in it and try to start it up may be it will start for me and i can drive it home has not ran for 2 yrs

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  • About 73Indian
    City
    Keizer
    State or Province
    Oregon
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Winnebago
    RV Model
    Indian and Superchief
    RV Year
    1973 and 1989
    RV Length
    22' and 31'
  • Signature
    My Blog
    Roof replacement

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  • Join Date: 11-21-2009
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