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RE: Manuals/Build Info: 1994 Travelaire TC240 on E350 Chassis?

If you need chassis information, that should be available from Ford or the usual other companies (Chiltons, Haynes, etc.). Since the E series vans were very popular, there are also lots of YouTube videos, forum posts, and so forth online about most any chassis maintenance thing you'd run into that can be found with a bit of searching. Finding service documentation on individual appliances and other third-party bits is often not too hard once you get the maker, model number, etc. from the thing in question. We have a 1984 Travelaire and this is exactly what I ended up doing. (a) Purchasing a Haynes Manual for the Ford Chassis, and (b) searching on-line for copies of all the OEM appliances installed by the RV manufacturer (fridge, stove, hot water heater, furnace, etc.) The ford truck enthusiast forum at https://www.ford-trucks.com/ is also a very useful source for information/help. Your Travelaire should have a large manufacturer's label stuck somewhere. Our label is stuck on the inside of the bathroom closet door. This label includes details about where the RV was built and all the model numbers of the OEM appliances installed at the factory. I found that this weekend. Thankfully I also found a shop here that deals with this chassis and manufacturer quite often as it is. Thanks again everyone.
Guardpasser5000 07/19/21 03:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Manuals/Build Info: 1994 Travelaire TC240 on E350 Chassis?

Really appreciate the responses, was looking to save some time in a wishful fashion it appears. Stay safe everyone!
Guardpasser5000 07/12/21 05:17pm Class C Motorhomes
Manuals/Build Info: 1994 Travelaire TC240 on E350 Chassis?

Hello. I have used this site as a resource for the last year and decided to join today. We bought a '94 Travelaire that was in tip top shape back then. Previous owner had a transmission done and looked after it well. Since Travelaire doesn't exist anymore, I'm wondering if anyone might own a similar model and know if there's an archive of sorts for my unit? I ask because I'm looking at wiring some additional lighting and replacing some plumbing eventually, and have a blind spot as it relates to materials, PNs, and locations of things. Thanks for being here!
Guardpasser5000 07/08/21 05:18pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Maintaining air pressure in your tires

I've had 2 blowouts and 1 leak all related to valve stems. Got all 6 changed and made sure they used high pressure rubber stems with the metal filler deal. Did a 1000 mile trip with no problems. Also religious about tire pressures. Each incident I had checked them pre-trip. Super paranoid now.
Guardpasser5000 07/08/21 05:13pm Class C Motorhomes
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