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  Graphics evaporators Van & Rv Parts expansion valves switches louvers RV Parts wiring front & rear ac front & rear units 2 front & rear units 3 Dash units 

Custom vans Recreational vehicles Including Mark III, Glaval, Explorer, Starcraft, Regency, Rocky Ridge, Cobra, Rockwood, Midwest, Foretravel, Gulfstream,   Holiday Rambler, Seabreeze, Southwind and Bounder By Fleetwood,  Pace Arrow and hundreds more.  East Coast Custom Vehicles has taken over  the Atwood line of manufacturing and supplying parts for the custom van and recreational vehicle industry. We have parts for over Five Hundred Custom Van and Recreational Vehicle companies and have preformed warranty work on most of them. At all times, we have over one million custom van conversion parts in stock and available to you! All parts are either original replacements or improved models or versions of your original custom van manufacturers parts.

EXPANSION VALVES

 

    

   normal replacement for all converters except Mark III

   

short style expansion for Mark III

    

dual capillary for all RV's  

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East Coast Auto Toys

 1053 Northville Tpke. Riverhead, N.Y. 11901
 
 RECREATIONAL VEHICLE  custom  graphics are available in original colors and styles exactly the way your custom graphics package  was originally meant to be! Most graphics kits are normally in stock.  If not it should only take a day or two to cut it for you! Of course you need to visit our custom van running boards and truck running boards pages where we can almost always find some sort of match to the boards that you originally had! Don't forget to visit the links to starcraft vans club

Many of the rear air/heat systems on the market today pull the air first through the single combination heater-A/C coil into the blowers. The air is then sent into the distribution ducts. This is a very common approach in order to package all the components into a small space. The negative side of this approach is that the air passes through the heater section, then the A/C section, and then passes around the blower motor where it picks up additional heat from the motor. This arrangement also is extremely sensitive to any air-intake leakage around the blower housing, which dilutes the conditioned air and increases the discharge temperature.