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Looking for a Repair Manual for 1990 Model 20

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I'm new to Eagles International and am looking for a repair manual so as to ensure that I am properly maintaining the coach that I picked up in June. I'm renovating and still in the demolition phase along with several minor repairs replacing hoses, oil, coolant, and transmission fluid for starters along with power steering belt and some pneumatic fittings. Does anyone know of a good place to have the oil, transmission and differential fluids tested to validate the longevity? Also, while conceptually planning out where to add repair access panels inside the coach, I've uncovered a compartment above the rear differential which seems to be relatively clean but not certain if I really need access to it....thoughts are welcome.
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Hi Dan. A big welcome to our forum.

I just bumped up a parts vendor thread to the top of the active list.

In that thread, I updated information on a vendor that has been working hard to become a strong Eagle parts vendor: Phoenix Coach http://store.phoenixcoachglobal.com/

I looked and they have both digital and paper manuals for your bus. I have both for my model 10 and tend to use the digital more often.

There are other vendors that offer these manuals as well. They may be a little less expensive but I tend to buy from folks who have our Eagle interests in the business plan.

PS, I hope you visit some of the great build threads in this forum. Better yet, we would encourage you to start a build thread on your bus.

PPS, if the manuals do not answer you questions, we would be glad to offer our help. The best way to do that is to ask your questions in individual threads with an appropriate title. That makes searching easier for others that need that information at a later date.

Jim
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Evergreen, CO
'85 Eagle 10 with Series 60 & Eaton AutoShift 10 speed transmission - not at all fancy, but fully functional
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