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 1994-1995 Clean Sweep


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Mark III clean ssweep high top

825 green graphics kit


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 If you are going top have your van serviced please be advised that you must instruct the mechanic on the proper way to remove and reinstall your center caps.  The caps MUST be unscrewed with a hex or Allen key carefully.  These caps are quite brittle and if when reinstalled, the cap is to loose or too tight the cap will definitely break.  Dealers and shops have been known to try and unsnap the center cap from your rim, not realizing that there is a screw.  They have also told the customer that they are not responsible for the breakage if this does happen. Please take the time to educate your installer and you will save yourself a lot of grief and expense. If they have already broken your center caps, we always  have them in stock.

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 Custom Vans, Truck or Recreational Vehicle parts and service, you've come to the right place. We offer a wide range of both new and used parts, as well as skilled technicians for service needs on ALL CUSTOM VANS, TRUCKS and Recreational Vehicles.  Our experience in the CUSTOM VAN, TRUCK & Recreational Vehicles business for over twenty five years allows us to partner with you, the customer, to find you the right transportation AND to service your current needs.

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.