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what is the name of the place that has the large inventory of Barth parts? I think it may be in Michigan. I need rear axle parts for my 87 Regency .
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by DocLes:
what is the name of the place that has the large inventory of Barth parts? I think it may be in Michigan. I need rear axle parts for my 87 Regency .[/QUOTE

If your Regency is on a P30 chassis, Rockauto.com will have everything you need.


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This is probably what you are looking for----

https://rv.spartanmotors.com/?...464163454.1566426740


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