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Old 04-26-2011, 09:18 PM   #21
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Sorry for being ignorant,i can't understand what are talking for?
Will please give me some elaboration.

Your reply might be appreciated.

Thank's a bunch

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Old 07-28-2011, 01:33 PM   #22
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Anyone know of a RV and/or bus salvage yard in the Houston area?

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Old 02-28-2014, 10:17 AM   #23
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bus salvage yard in the Houston area?
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Looked all around on the net for various mechanical and electrical parts only
to find TRP Parts in my own back yard. Haven't tried them yet but their
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I just drove from central WI to southern MI to visit two RV (and more) surplus yards. Both have tons of windows, compartment doors, ladders, folding steps, and a variety of other things at very reasonable prices. Madison Central Wholesale (Adrian, MI) also has acres of holding tanks, toy hauler ramp/doors, and random stuff. But the big score was at Tri-State Surplus (Hudson, MI) Tri State Surplus -- Discount RV, Camper, & Trailer Parts!, where windows were about $20 less (each) than at Madison Central, and where we picked up a refurbished refrigerator, oven/range, and water heater, as well as a new water pump, filters...a whole lot of stuff. And they take 10% off their on-line prices if you buy it in person. Caveat - they are currently only open on Saturdays! Ed and his family were very helpful and kind, and were excited about our project. I highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for RV parts/accessories. And between the 10% reduction in cost for buying in person and saving ~$100 in shipping for each window (we bought 11), the cost savings of going there can pay for a several day road trip to get there and home again.
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