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Kirk Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,      It would be nice if these so called "parts sellers" would post dimensions of the stuff they sell! But that would make life too easy!  My tank just has a steel pipe welded to the top corner of the tank.…"
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Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hey Kirk. So I have a filler neck without a thread. The cap I did buy a while back has the tabs that twist onto the neck. I dont know if the steel filler neck was also changed at some point before I got it. The amazon search did show a bunch of…"
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Kirk Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"  Hi Paul, I dug through my bucket of gas caps and the only one I found had the threads on the outside  of the cap, so it would screw into a filler neck instead of over it. The Amazon one is called a  Stant Saddle Tank Fuel cap black,…"
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Anyone got a manual for my camper ?

I  bought a trailer over the weekend, but having trouble identifying it. The name on the front is the "Falcon Flyte"  (1976) and my research appear to indicate that i may be a Glendale Golden under a different name? Glendale make trailers in Canada for 40 years and when bankrupt abut 1985.Glendale was purchased in the Mid 1980's and combined with another manufacturer for 3 years then went bankrupt again  ? The Falcon trailers from the 1990's and later look different .  See More
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Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Kirk If you can find that cap on amazon again and can tell me what the description said I'm sure I'll be able to find it. No need to copy the link. Just the main title - like brand and basic description should do it. Dont go digging…"
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Kirk Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,         I just looked online for a replacement cap, I found one on Amazon tried to add it to this post but it didn't recognize the format. It was $23 dollars and some cents. I'll have to dig through my…"
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Cyn replied to Cyn 's discussion converted popup camper wiring problem.
"The answer to this problem was so dumb!! I had built the trailer walls from wood, and the lights at the back had no metal touching them at all, so no matter what I did, it wasn't getting any ground.  I rewired both sides with a definite…"
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Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hey Kirk.Just one picture came through. The top of the cap. I should be able to find on based on that. Thanks for taking the time to help.My tank is probably setup the same way as yours. Sorry for the enormous picture. I Cant resize on my…"
Sunday
Kirk Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"Hi Paul,    I hope these pics come through. This is a standard 2" pipe thread cap. On the inside you can see the hole in the center of the cap, it is drilled through to the outside of the rim of the cap where it is open to  to…"
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Kirk Hoffman replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
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Paul replied to Paul's discussion Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? in the group International Harvester Chassis Rv's
"I had go take a couple of days off. Right now the gas tank is on jacks. You were right about the bolts. Nice stainless ones! The ones in the channels that you cant get a wrench behind are fixed so the nuts come off easily. Anyway that's where…"
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