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Tires for my 1988 winnebago lesharo Robert Montes 8-18-08  
Im looking for a set of tires for my 1988 Winnebago Lesharo. The tire size is LT 205/75r14D. The D stands for 8 ply (must be 8 ply). I have found tires with C on it but, the C come up as 6 ply. Can someone help me find tires plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Re: tires for my 1988 winnebago lesharo wrench 8-19-08  
Go for Kumho 857, they're rated D load.
for more infos:
http://www.lesharorv.com/viewtopic.php?t=156
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TDC or Crank Sensor for early 1989 winnebago Lesharo Mike 8-29-08  
I am looking for TDC sensor or Crank sensor for Winnebago lesharo early 1989 with Bosh ignition system RV has a gasoline 2.2 engine and 5 speed Transmission. Would you please let me know where to buy it?
Re: tires for my 1988 winnebago lesharo Mike 9-4-08  
I bought new tires for my 1988 Lesharo from Mobility RV in Iowa. First tire was Kumho and next three were Vanco made by Continenal in the Czech Republic. Cost about $170 each after shipping, mounting and balancing. You do need 8 ply tires on this RV.
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Re: tires for my 1988 winnebago lesharo Pat 10-18-09  
I have a 1988 LeSharo. It had the factory tires on till this June when one threw the tread. I found a set at DISCOUNT TIRE in St Paul mn. But they are a chain. Anyway the RV is in storage 175 miles away. I can tell you they are ones for a TOYOTA motor home and is a little bigger than the orginal but they fit and do not rub at all.

I do not know when I will get up to the van but will take note when I do. Till then google Discount tire and tell them what they are for and what youy have. Good luck.
Speed Sensor/TDC Sensor or Crakshaft Senssor (same thing) Rob Watson 7-4-17  
Folks, I get questions about this part and what I always say is... it depends! Not a very good answer, I know. You see, The folks at AMC and later Chrysler, put the heat on Renault to offer the 2.2L engine that was not available in Europe for the Fuego or R18i Sportwagon they had developed to be sold here, so they could be badged and marketed as sports cars. The R21 (Alliance here) and the Eagle Medallion (R11) used it too; albeit much later, so Winnebago thought it would be a good fit for the Lesharo/Phasar back in 1983, long before the engine was available anywhere in a production car. (The 2.2L was not used in the Renault Trafic I chassis; upon which the Lesharo is based, until after mid-'89 when Renault switched from Bosch Fuel Injection to the RENIX (Renault-Bendix Joint Venture) one. Therein lies the problem. The Bosch 2.2L equipped Lesharo/Phasar doesn't use the same crankshaft position sensor as the later RENIX one. The long wire length required for the Lesharo isn't generally available in North America... 500 cm long either. There were two different designs: 1) the earlier Bosch one is just a probe with sensor with one bolt/screw and the later RENIX one has a probe with two metal wings on opposite sides with two bolts/screws. The later one can be found and spliced with electronics solder onto your old cable and connector to work fine, if you are not a sloppy solderer! The early Bosch one is hard to find over here. I have the proper catalogues from FACET and Siem (the OEMs for Renault) with pictures and detailed technical descriptions of the parts, but I need photos to be 100% certain the part is correct. Need photos of the inside of the connector pins and the sensor probe... I need very good measurements of the entire probe length and the entire length of the wire too. You can contact me on the Lesharo FB forum page.
Re: TDC or Crank Sensor for early 1989 winnebago Lesharo Merrell 3-20-15  
I have a 1990 winn and looking for the same sensor. and stranded at a garage that wants $180 just for the part. places say they have it but not for the 2.2L,does anyone know anywhere cheaper to get this?
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