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RE: Need to replace old atwood exhaust vent. Cant find the part.

Smaller that may help Thanks!
jbourne84 03/29/21 02:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Need to replace old atwood exhaust vent. Cant find the part.

sorry for the insanely large images... just realized after posting
jbourne84 03/29/21 10:20am General RVing Issues
Need to replace old atwood exhaust vent. Cant find the part.

https://i.imgur.com/LKajnOz.jpgheight=330 Thats the assembly I'm looking for. My exhaust pipe rusted away and is trash. This is the closest I can find https://cdn3.volusion.com/evzkr.njspw/v/vspfiles/photos/79-IIVent-3.jpg height=330 Note how this exhaust is off-centered, whereas mine is centered, so I'm not sure I can use this as a replacement. I've read about others replacing their exhaust vent on these old furnaces so I'm hoping anyone on here has some insight. Thanks for any help
jbourne84 03/29/21 10:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Should I gamble on a salvage yard RV furnace?

I am in Michigan and wonder what salvage yard you were at? E&M Auto Parts in Canton
jbourne84 03/27/21 03:38pm Tech Issues
Should I gamble on a salvage yard RV furnace?

This is for an Atwood 8012 furnace. I scoped it out at the local salvage yard, was way in the back in some smashed in ford class B camper from the 80s. After climbing around another van and fighting my way in I got under the bed where I could see it, it's old but otherwise looks in decent shape. I could tell no rain was getting into the camper since it just rained all night and everything was bone dry in there. I obviously have no idea how long its been sitting or if it works. I just dont know much about these things, is there any obvious reason not to waste my time getting it out of there? Guy basically said I could name my price for anything I wanted out of that camper.
jbourne84 03/26/21 03:19pm Tech Issues
need help trying to locate structural roof frame

This is a 1991 western wilderness Alpine truck bed camper ***Link Removed*** I have removed the bezel to the roof vent and the air conditioner in an attempt to see what the ceiling/roof construction is made of. I was hoping to locate some sort of ceiling "stud" pattern. The vent and the AC are both framed with 1" square aluminum tubes. I'm hoping those 1" tubes run across the entire top in some pattern that I can screw into from above. I cannot really tell if those aluminum tubes (at the vent) extend beyond in any direction. I tried using my crappy stud finder to pickup what's what but also no clear results. The total ceiling/roof construction is about 2-1/2" thick and from this little cross section it's not possible to tell which layers surround only the vent frame and which represent the entire roof.
jbourne84 10/19/20 04:11pm Truck Campers
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