Bob - I posted pictures of my camper this past weekend. It looks EXACTLY like yours - down to the brown stripe! :) The arms on my windows are broke. I am not sure how to replace them - I am assuming they can be found on a web site somewhere. The light cover is shaped like a disc - there is one on the bathroom ceiling. It is off white plastic and says Reflect-o-Lite 501 on it. Let me know if you have any of these parts. I am going to have to replace all of the window hardware, as the windows will crank out, but will not crank back in.....arms are broke.
Oh my gosh - that would be great! SO FAR, the only thing I need is a REFLECT-O-LITE 501 light cover (it is the in shape of a disc) and is approx 5 inches across......and window parts. The majority of my windows will crank out, but have to be pushed back in from the outside. That is all I need SO FAR. :) I am just starting this, so I am sure that there will be more. We replaced the furnace with a combo furnace /AC unit that I think was supposed to be used for a boat. We put it underneath of the back sofa and just added vents. I need to download some pictures...I hope to do that tonight. Anyway, just let me know what you have as far as the windows - I will be happy to work out some kind of deal with you.
I will definitely keep that n mind, Bob. It needs a paint job but I just cannot afford what the places are asking. There are things it needs and I'll try to get you a list and pics. It will take me a long while to get all the cosmetic things due to finances but it is good to have a source to turn to. Thanks for letting me know,
Hello Bob - thanks for the friend request - you are officially my first (and only) friend on Good Old RVs.com! I love your rig - looks like you have put a lot of TLC (Time, Love & Cash) into your RV and it shows!
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