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Old 08-30-2021, 09:25 PM   #1
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Hello CC fam....


We are the proud new owners of 2005 Magna Rembrandt 630, coach number #6503.


We believe we are the 3rd owners. The seller bought the coach about 2 years ago out of Florida, never once used it.


Some specs....

80k miles / CAT C13 / Allison 4000 / Onan 12.5kw / ZERO paint checking / FULL tile sonit was a custom order/ wet PTO upgrade with new hydraulic hoses /* new 4K TVs / recent slide service, adjustment and new topper fabric / new FULL inside and outside LED upgrade including headlights / recent fully repainted and protected front cap / new windshield / new wipers and wiper arms / recent aquahot service and new igniters / recent genset service and new glow plug / new outside grab handle / recent entry step adjustment and fix.


When we take delivery in 3 weeks the coach will have new Michelins / new Lifeline AGM batteries / full engine oils and filters change (including air dryer service) / full chassis inspection and several small fixes to make immediate road ready.


Pics and RVT ad attached.


https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/200...NDT-5015731500


Im sure theres stuff I'm forgetting but we are beyond excited.


Chris H

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Old 08-30-2021, 09:51 PM   #2
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Yabba dabba doo! Great looking coach, you will enjoy it
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Old 09-02-2021, 12:10 AM   #3
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Now that we are embarking on this journey..The coach when we pick it up will be essentially serviced back to ZERO time.

Is there a list of small spares I should be keeping on the coach? Fan belts, fuel filters, air valves, electrical items?

We have the CAT C13 and Onan 12.5kw genset if that helps.

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Old 09-02-2021, 12:49 PM   #4
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Congratulations, that's a beautiful coach. In terms of chassis- and engine-oriented spares, I carry fuel filters, belts, two ride height valves, a HWH pressure switch, and a tow board. I also carry a few spare interior switches and an assortment of fuses and some plumbing parts.
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Old 09-02-2021, 06:00 PM   #6
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Thanks Dave.

Is there a parts repository where I can get this small spares stuff? Also where is everyone buying those giant house water filters?

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Congratulations, that's a beautiful coach. In terms of chassis- and engine-oriented spares, I carry fuel filters, belts, two ride height valves, a HWH pressure switch, and a tow board. I also carry a few spare interior switches and an assortment of fuses and some plumbing parts.
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I usually look for filters and other "consumables" that I know the part numbers for on finditparts.com, or I go to Napa. For Country Coach-specific stuff that I'm not sure about, I usually check with Kevin Waite in Junction City, OR (phone: 541-953-6162, email: kvn.wt.7629@gmail.com); he's an ex-CC employee that does a good job of sourcing and providing parts. Another CC-oriented source is the parts team at Premier RV Services, also in Junction City.

Regarding water filters, one good resource is www.rvwaterfilterstore.com.
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Congrats. I drive the same unit and have over the last few years redone and upgraded many items. Suggest a trip to Eric Olstrum in Tucson for any updates you want to do. Enjoy your new machine. Let me know if you need anything specific to our coaches.

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Congratulations, it's beautiful! We bought our 2005 Magna Monet #6399 in February and have enjoyed every mile. These are truly wonderful coaches.
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Congratulations! Finding a good quality coach that was built before all these new emission laws came into play is a real blessing! Now, use it and HAVE FUN!

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