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Old 02-19-2014, 07:44 AM   #1
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Spare parts

I want to put together an emergency repair kit for hydraulic and water components for my 2010 Monaco Diplomat 42 SKQ. Any suggestions welcome.
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Old 02-19-2014, 08:29 AM   #2
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Try the owner's manuals you may have. Ask the hydraulic components mfr for owner's/install/maintenance manuals. Same for the water components. Stop by a Monaco dealer and quiz them.

Maybe you can post your components mfr along with model and serial numbers. Someone could jump in with info.
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Well as to the hydraulic components , keep this in mind, Most NAPA Stores will make you a new line rather reasonable and if you find a NAPA store that doesn't, they will direct you to who does. Just be sure to remove the bad line and take it with you.

And now the area I hate the most, pluming, all i can tell ya is to make sure you have the right cement (glue) and a bunch of 1/2 inch splices and a few Elbos (check spelling) 90 degree pieces and a couple of feet of strait pipe. Any Walmart/home Depot, Lowes , Menards ect.... This is Just what carry and have done!
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