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Monday, January 7, 2008

Find Hard to Get RV Replacement Parts

Once again the Professor is on the road in RV-ONE today traversing the great Sierra Nevada Mountains on his way to Arizona. I've heard the call to come to Quartzsite and that's where I'm headed this week. I trust that everyone is back in the saddle after the holidays and ready for a great new year of RVing. Maybe you need to do some upgrades or repairs to your RV before you head out on your next trip.If your RV needs a a replacement instrument cluster, head-lights, cabinets, strip of molding, fabric, cook-top, sink or some crazy part that you can’t find at your local RV dealer I have good news for you. There are several parts vendors that purchase excess parts from RV factories for resale to the public. Northwest RV Supply is one of these places.Located in Eugene, Oregon they purchase from the Monaco factory and the Country Coach factory. So if you have a need for a specialty part from one of these companies, chances are they have it. You may contact them at (541) 746-9092.There are also many other vendors like this who have parts from other RV manufacturers as well. If you’re having trouble finding a replacement part for your RV call the manufacturer directly and ask them for a contact phone number for a vendor who sells surplus items from that manufacturer. If you have contact information for some of these other vendors, please double click on the blue “comments” section below and tell us. Helping you keep your RV looking good as new - Jim Twamley, Professor of RVing

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  • Here is another RV parts houses located in Kansas City Area. I do believe they also have a mail order for their parts as well. Their prices are very reasonable. Below is the information:

    K C Home Trailer Co. Inc.
    1115 Merriam Ln
    Kansas City, KS 66103
    (913) 262-8722

    By Blogger Larry, at January 8, 2008 5:16:00 AM PST  

  • I was able to get a long-discontinued part for my 22-year-old Dometic fridge from Arizona RV Salvage in Phoenix (parts@azrvinc.com). It was very reasonable and the folks are friendly!

    By Anonymous SKP 23051, at January 26, 2008 2:38:00 PM PST  

  • We have had extremely good service from rvdealership.com They always have the weird parts that seem to break or wear out on our motorhome.

    By Blogger CJ, at January 27, 2008 6:18:00 AM PST  

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