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Winnebago Parts, 1970's Parts Wanted ? ? 9 Replies

Started by Larry Storm. Last reply by Larry Storm Feb 11, 2019.

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Comment by Jimco_W001 on May 11, 2018 at 12:02pm

Wow Michael, the Ford factory steel hub caps are still on it.

Comment by Jimco_W001 on May 10, 2018 at 7:42pm

Welcome Michael Chenault. Nice motor home, The VIN is on a plastic sticker by the drivers arm rest on the one that I own. Before that Winnebago put them in side the door jam by the top hinge. Please post more photos.

Comment by Angie Castro on February 7, 2018 at 8:58am

Hi guys! We just bought a 1975 Winnebago Canadian Travel Trailer. Such a bummer that I can't find anything on this TT. I was hoping to get some information on where I could possibly find a manual. I'm working on the inside of her, but I know we need to do some work underneath, but I am not sure where to start. I'm excited to find a Winnebago group that looks like it's active.  Anyone out there with the same TT

Thanks!!

Comment by postman on February 5, 2018 at 8:23pm

Comment by SLEETH on September 21, 2017 at 4:54pm

not bad for a vehicle 30 years old ralph if those are your only issues, glad to hear  you are enjoying the coach/safe journey

stan

Comment by Ralph Javins on September 21, 2017 at 10:52am

Good morning, all; 

     This is sort of a status report: 

     The 1987 Winnebago Elandan WCP31RT is still going, and it has gone this Summer.  Trips to Eastern Washington, Eastern Oregon (one for the total solar eclipse on 2017 August 21), several trips for Washington State Good Sam Club gatherings, one for the FMCA Northwest Rally, and a couple just for the fun of it.  

      One thing is that it is beginning to show its age in some unexpected ways.  There have been a few problems showing up with the electrical wiring for the exterior lighting, and a few parts have needed to be replaced.  One was the exterior lighting switch, and the other was the brake light switch.  The brake light switch is a trial being mounted on a plate where access to the back side for the mounting/adjusting nut is not easy.  Oh, well.  Mechanically it is still doing well, but the intensive work two years ago to improve the engine cooling system has paid some dividends.  The next trek will be this coming Tuesday out to the Oregon Coast. 

          Enjoy; 

          Ralph 

          Latté Land, Washington 

Comment by Shawn on September 15, 2017 at 9:33pm
Hi thx for the hello.
My ol guy has been sitting a while I found we have a couple of roof leaks.
Its not horrible inside no mould but I want to patch it semi temporarily before the monsoon here.
Cheap cheap but no tarps semi temporary.
Ideas?
Comment by Jimco_W001 on September 15, 2017 at 8:11pm

Hi Shawn, welcome to the Winnebago group. My 1970 Winnebago F17 motor home has always been good to me too.

Comment by Shawn on September 13, 2017 at 11:31pm
Hey! Im one! Right here, over here. My dayly driver for a while. No reason just loved it.
Took it camping one time rough trip made it home & there she sat.... Well he sat for 4..5 years.
One night the girlfriend & I had a fight & I went walkabout but asside frome that... 5 years.
Whent out yesterday teenager used it as a hangout was a guest bedroom appearently a rat den for a bit. Thought she... He was done.
Cleaned him up a bit & just for the heck of it put the cables on it.
She.. He come to life!!! Im in love again! How can you not respect that kind of loyalty!
Comment by Ralph Javins on May 14, 2017 at 9:00am

Good morning, Sleeth; 

We are out here.  I have been on two trips already this year, and I am  supposed to be at another gathering this weekend, but there are some other things that need to be done. 

Still working on mine also.  Just found a broken hinge on the closet door, and have not yet located an exact replacement.hinge.  I wonder if Winnebago Industries still has any in stock?

Enjoy; 

Ralph

Latté Land, Washington 

 
 
 

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