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Subject: Re: Mirrors


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ernie ekberg
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Date Posted: 12/ 25/ 04, 8:16am
In reply to: Gary 's message, "Mirrors" on 12/ 24/ 04, 5:08pm

Gary- Ramco makes mirrors for the coaches. Ernie 83PT40 in Texas

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harv680
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Date Posted: 03/ 29/ 05, 6:03pm

Vel vac made the mirrors I do believe, and they may still have them. As i recall they made them in a paited steel or stainless, with two heads. One was concave and the other flat. good rear vision and great whistlers in the wind try www.velvac.com
Harv

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