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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:22 pm 
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Had her for 10 or more years, relocated from Upstate Ny to Northern Arkansas.
Cracked the front pass rotor.
Spoke with a guy naned Doug, he recomended this site.
Said 85 F250 will work but needs to be milled.
Gotta get it uncovered, fixed and up for sale.
Low mileage...original except for most carpet replaced with laminate.
Any idea of value ?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:59 am 
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Hi!

It was a very coincidental phone message you left today, I happened to be standing in Coastal RV talking to one of the co-owners (Doug), and he mentioned that he had a message from a Revcon owner. It's actually a 85 Ford F-350 one-ton rotor that will fit our front brakes. You have to machine 1/4" off for it to work, that's how mine were done when they were replaced.

Welcome to the site! Value is a direct reflection of the maintenance condition and material condition of the coach. All depends on how updated things are, whether everything works or not, etc etc.... If your sequence number is after 2741 you have a wide body (96") coach, those are more desirable then the earlier slimmer coaches.

Good group of owners on here and on the "Revcon_Curious" group over on Yahoo. Lot of technical knowledge in the forums, make sure to check out our file section.

Again, welcome!

Eric

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2018 4:04 pm 
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TY for the right info on rotor. I will follow up with current pictures.
Vin # 1r9rsls40ef003113


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:59 pm 
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Hi;

The vin # is a hard one to use for identity. The coaches serial # can be found on manufacturers plaque usually found on the outside by the door. This would be a 4 digit #.

Rene

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