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Old 01-08-2021, 08:52 PM   #1
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Where can I buy some basement cargo door hinges?

2004 Monaco Knight. Looking for a place where I can buy some replacement hinge for my basement cargo doors. I need the piece that goes on the door as seen in the picture. The inner measurement is 1 1/4 inches. Don't need the rail on the side of the RV.
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Old 01-09-2021, 05:59 AM   #2
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The shop I use near Atlanta claims to have purchased mine from the Rev Group, meaning Revolution, I believe. Some hinges are available, some not. Height, flange width, right angle bends, e.t.c, all important...
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Old 01-09-2021, 09:25 AM   #3
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What is wrong with yours?


My wife had a bad experience while pulling out of a filling station and flattened 3 hinges and barely caught the bottom of the slide. I mean they were flat as a pancake. I needed both pieces. This was in 2014.

I tried to buy from Buddy Gregg, thinking they would have a source, nope.
I ended up contacting Moncao (now REV), they had the door piece in stock but not the other piece.

One thing was that the piece was only sold in a 14' length and it would have cost $$$$$ to have it shipped. This is what I ordered.
S08410937 Hinge, Door, Polar White T5 14’ long. This is the piece that attaches to the baggage door itself. Cost is $31.95 each plus freight.
I asked if they could cut it into pieces and they agreed so it was shipped in a cardboard tube, shipping was reasonable for that method and I think all together it was ~$80 for enough to do 4 doors. It came painted/primed white so I could attach to door and then paint.

The other piece I ended getting from Visione RV, they sold me a ~8 ft piece for ~$160.

I removed the doors and bad pieces on the motorhome. I then fixed the doors, one was warped but I was able to straighten by clamping to a sturdy table and using a very large pipe wrench and pried it straight. After reattaching to motorhome I prepped and painted everything, used 3 of the 4 colors on my coach. Turned out pretty good.
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Old 01-09-2021, 05:43 PM   #4
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Im rehabbing a 2004 Monaco Knight with 103,000 miles on it. Bought it in September 2020. The basement cargo door hinges on the left side of the coach
had some damage from the previous owner. Because these doors are under the slide it is very easy to damage them when retracting it if they are left open. The hinge part on the wall of the coach are not damaged just the part on the two from doors. The two doors are still functional and I can slide them out from the wall hinge for the repair.
Good news i went to the Rev group parts page and was able to order the part with the use of you part number. Total cost with shipping was $61.66.
Below is the web link to the part.
https://parts.revgroup.com/search?keyword=S08410937
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That is good news. Is the piece being shipped as one piece or did you have them cut it?



Replacing the hinge wasn't bad. After removing the door I just drilled out the hinges and was able to remove the hinge portion from the door. Put new on and drilled/rivoted it back in place.
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Old 01-16-2021, 09:49 PM   #6
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The hinge showed 14 Feet long on the web site with a $10 Shipping fee. It came
in two 7 foot sections which explains the low shipping cost. Thanks for the help in locating this part.
The install looks easy as Im very familiar with riveting.
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Old 01-17-2021, 09:03 AM   #7
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Good to know about the REV parts lookup.


I have several parts pages for my coach that list the Monaco part number, I went in and tried to find some parts and they are listed as legacy parts and in a lot of the cases they have the part in stock. Some they list a lead time once part is ordered, and a couple were obsolete.


At least it gives me another option to find parts.
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