Bigfoot 86, plate for (Level Command II) - Fiberglass RV


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Old 06-07-2015, 10:49 AM   #1
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Bigfoot 86, plate for (Level Command II)

Is it someone of you can indicate to me where I can get myself a plate of replacement as this one?

Merci.
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Old 06-08-2015, 08:39 AM   #2
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Gilles, I don't know where you can find an exact replacement, but an RV supplier should have new monitor panels that might work for you.
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Old 06-08-2015, 08:56 AM   #3
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The monitor seems to work o.k..
It's only for the look.
I am married...
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Old 06-08-2015, 10:31 AM   #4
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can't help with that problem.....

but as far as the plate is concerned.......I don't think you'll ever find a replacement....you could take it off, paint it a solid color and add you're own lettering/symbols....could be just abbreviations, as long as you know what's what.....

those monitors are notorious for not being very accurate anyways...they help, some, but you have to pay attention and keep kind of track in your head too

so did you find/buy a Bigfoot???? let's see some pics....and it's time to change your registry....if that's the case....Cheers, F
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It is good of what I thought that I would have no replacement of plate.
But I took a chance to ask.
Merci Francois.

For the correction of my register I wait to complete the sale of my Trillium which, so everything goes well, should be completed itself next Friday...

You can see few picture on the following web page :

1986 18' Bigfoot Travel Trailer | Smith Falls, ON, Canada | Fiberglass RV's For Sale

Have a nice day, Francois.
(Here they announce rain for a large part of the week.)
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Old 06-08-2015, 12:41 PM   #6
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congratulations.....

looks like you found a good one....owned by somebody who obviously maintained it REALLY well (looks like showroom condition!) and upgraded it as he went along...really like the exterior graphics too....AC even!...that'll be nice for those humid summer nights (I grew up back there, hey)
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Congrats Gilles,
She's beautiful. I've never seen one with the multi colored graphics like that. Nice shape and a nice price. Well done.
Are you planning on towing her with your Dodge Journey?
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looks like you found a good one....owned by somebody who obviously maintained it REALLY well (looks like showroom condition!) and upgraded it as he went along...really like the exterior graphics too....AC even!...that'll be nice for those humid summer nights (I grew up back there, hey)
Thank you Francois, as I had enough difficulty finding, I agreed to set with the a/c. As we cannot go away and leave window opened, the a/c is going to work in our return of hike, the time to make refresh.

The last owner made a good maintenance, but he left me a little, hi, hi, hi!
Four make windows in laterals were replaced.
He ordered of the supplier of Bigfoot in C-B, and made them installed by an installer of his region.
Good job...
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There are people that restore the data plates on vintage cars that could probably do yours Gilles, but I imagine it would be expensive.
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Congrats Gilles,
She's beautiful. I've never seen one with the multi colored graphics like that. Nice shape and a nice price. Well done.
Are you planning on towing her with your Dodge Journey?
Thank You Rick.
With these graphs it should be easy to find on the campsite.
We have working on the price...
I wash the dishes only for 6 months after negociation with my wife.

Yes, the Dodge Journey can tow 3500 pounds, We'll have to give it good oats...
We drove more than 3 hours for return at the house in the hill between Ottawa to Lachute and it very well made the work.
When I tow I give it super gasoline and it work well.
It's a 3.6 L with 283 hp.
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