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  Exhaust tip
Posted by: PMCBR - 1 hour ago - Forum: Engine and Transmission Monitoring Systems - No Replies

Need an exhaust tip for engine exhaust 6” diameter. Where to buy?

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  Hidden oasis under the steps?
Posted by: BusNit - Yesterday, 07:54 AM - Forum: Interior Things - Replies (9)

So while pulling up the old carpet, I found this metal cover that is siliconed onto the step. Anyone see this before or what it's for? I don't want to cut the silicone to find out whatever is under it has some kind of release valve which will lead to the detonation of this bus...



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  Marine toilets
Posted by: BusNit - 01-21-2022, 09:13 PM - Forum: Plumbing and fixtures - Replies (2)

So in my quest for remodelification of coach 312, I had a pretty disgusting Sealand Traveler toilet that I would like to replace with a new toilet. I am settling on the Rariton Elegance straight back tall toilet with wireless wall control. Am I facing any issues installing this or will it be basic straight forward?



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  Another Intro
Posted by: 2nineralpha - 01-21-2022, 04:39 PM - Forum: Please introduce yourself - Replies (4)

Hello all,

We have been in the RV world since 2013. Primarily boating in the summer months and RVing at least part of the winter in warmer climates. Michigan in the Summer. We started with a 25' LTV Serenity Sprinter, which we thoroughly enjoyed both in the high quality build and convenience. After a few seasons we looked at reconfiguration however realized the best solution would be additional space. So we traded our Serenity for a Dynaquest 36XL which we are currently enjoying.
Stumbled on to this forum researching possibilities for more space (again), as we are considering spending 4-6 mos in a live-a-board. When considering the options we decided that if we go forward with this, the Newell would be on the very short list.
We appreciate the candor and experience and experience posted here.

Thankful to be able to enjoy life like this.
2nineralpha

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  Shocks for 1982 Newell Classic shocks
Posted by: whatsnewell - 01-20-2022, 06:01 PM - Forum: Suspension/Tires/Wheels - Replies (5)

I need to replace the shocks on my 1982 Newell Classic Has anyone here replaced theirs?  If so. I'm looking for make, model, length, etc.

Thanks in advance!

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  Bedroom sliding door sticks
Posted by: BusNit - 01-19-2022, 07:12 PM - Forum: Interior Things - Replies (1)

My one door gets stuck at the last 3" of travel. The bottom most metal plate rubs on the inside of the door opening. Is there a way to adjust this? I tried squeezing a wrench to the top nut but it just doesn't fit in there. If the door gets pushed all the way in, I need to pry it out to open it. Frustrating!



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  double newell sighting in wittmann
Posted by: encantotom - 01-19-2022, 09:31 AM - Forum: Newell Sightings - No Replies

this past weekend we had two visitors arrive

clarke and elaine in their timeless 82 and bob and karen and buddy in their 06.   

bob and karen left this morning and i took the pictures with the backdrop of the street sign.  look closely at the street names.....

tom and darlene.



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  Classic Project in RI
Posted by: [email protected] - 01-19-2022, 06:16 AM - Forum: Coaches for Sale (Please read the info in the Category description) - No Replies

Not Mine/ No affiliation

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/ite...25a671bd86

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  Generator airbag doo hickey
Posted by: BusNit - 01-18-2022, 09:14 PM - Forum: Generators - Replies (5)

Not sure where to order this part. Martin? Online somewhere? It does leak and my reflection shows it!



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  Yay or Nay
Posted by: BusNit - 01-18-2022, 05:30 PM - Forum: General Repair - Replies (9)

I placed jack stands at where I think would be a safe load handling point of the front of the chassis. Am I wrong to put them there? Compressor is keeping things afloat until I get some reaffirmation! Found two air leaks so far and one is at some manifold above the front 6pack. Not sure what that one does but they have a 1/4" tube bent and tied off. (I posted the jack location on FB too)



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