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1999 Harney Coachworks Renegade Questions


Tivoli2244

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Hi,

Any owners of this type of rig out there? I'm looking for replacement parts such as tail light lens covers. Also want to talk to other owners about what to do about foggy driver's side window, too much play in steering wheel, getting a good radio/cd player and where to get it installed so that it's hooked up to speakers in bedroom, and things to watch out for. Also, I'm thinking about replacing all of the batteries and looking for suggestions on specific type of battery to get. I am a newbie with this unit and I like it, but could use some help.

Also, I have checked with the salvage places which have my MH but none seem to have what I am looking for.

Thank you very much.

Ellen

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Gosh! You have really taken on a humongous task! My first thought thought was the salvage yards, but if not there, then WHERE?

 

Perhaps the members of this forum remember seeing one in Oshkosh or somewhere.

 

Good luck and good hunting. Perhaps you might post a picture of yours so as to perhaps jog their memories?

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Harney was made in Oregon state and was owned by Safari, which eventually was owned by Monaco. Therefore, http://www.nwrvsupply.com/ in Eugene, Oregon is your best bet for salvage parts.

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For the radio if you can pull the original to see the plugs on it Crutchfield.com can likely get you a new unit and the needed converter cord to hook it up to what you have now.

 

http://crutchfield.com

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Thanks for the replies. Seems like there are a fair number of these MHs around, but haven't found an owner yet who could point me to parts. I checked nwrv supplies and couldn't find anything. I will follow through with Crutchfield, thank you! Please keep the ideas coming!

Ellen

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