Our 2015 RV parts Catalog has been in the works for a number of weeks now & it has finally been pulled off the press. We’ve printed several RV parts Catalogs over the years, but I must say – this is the sleekest yet. With over 50 new fender models, smoked skylights, skylight sealant and various other additions – this is our largest yet.
2015 ICON RV Parts Catalog
Customers will have the option of adding this RV Parts Catalog to their orders in the coming weeks.
‘Find it Online’
One new thing we decided to do with this catalog is add a placeholder for fender skirts that are in development at the time of printing. We always have a new fender coming & this was a way to include them in the catalog. Soon after printing every part will be available on our Lookup tool, Lookup-Our-Skirts.com, so it tells you to go there for more info on that model. The listings on the catalog look like this:
Find it online!
You can get the printable .pdf version of the catalog online, here.
Please let us know if you have any questions or comments about our new catalog below.
Getting the best mileage out of your older RV can seem like an uphill battle. There are some easy RV improvements that can modernize the look & operation in no time!
#1 New Fender Skirts
To easily improve the look of your RV, simply change out the sun faded & worn plastic parts like the Fender skirts.
#2 Propane Tank Covers
With todays new RV’s looking very sleek, rounding out every bit of your RV is necessary. Covering up your Propane tanks accomplishes a few things: Rounds out the bulky looking tanks, Protects the tanks/valves and increases aerodynamics.
#3 New Skylight
Originally installed Skylights will yellow & crack with age. Improve the look AND prevent leakage with a newly installed dome. Update the look as well, by choosing a color that matches the unit & style. Options include Clear, Smoke & White.
#4 Larger Waste Tank
Waste water capacity is often a constraint when “Boondocking” or “Dry Camping”. A lot of RV’s come with smaller waste tanks, or none at all. Increase the RV’s utility by plumbing in a new, larger tank or a set of tanks for black & grey water.
#5 Storage Pod
Smaller RV or Camper? Get more storage using one of these:
Installation on a roof of an RV is straight forward & immediately increases the storage by 17 cubic feet.
So, using a few easy to install components, you can immediately increase the utility and value of your RV.
Our RV Body parts “Daily Dealer” is El Toro RV of Lake Forest, California. They’ve got a clear focus on excellent parts service. If you are in their area, ask them about the ICON fender skirts program & they will help you out.
Swing by the RV parts desk at El Toro RV & ask about ICON Parts
RV Body Parts
Dealers of ICON RV body parts can help with the selection and installation of parts such as:
RV body part damage can really make your RV look old or ratty. It can also reduce your RV market value. Consider replacing those stressed & sun worn parts at your local dealer before selling or travelling.
As always, let us know if you have any questions about our dealers or body parts in the comments.
Leisureland RV of Grand Forks, North Dakota is a great place to get ICON Replacement parts. They will help you find the correct fitting fender skirt or holding tank. They will also get the part ordered & installed quickly. We’ve sent them some of our displays to help show their customers the parts that they can help with. Take a look at their shop set up below:
ICON Replacement Parts: RV Fender Skirts
RV Fender Skirt Sign
RV Fender Skirts Panel
ICON Replacement Parts: Holding Tanks
RV Holding Tank Panel
Looking really nice guys!
Dealers are putting these displays up across the country. If you see one of these signs, you know they can help with ICON parts. If you need help locating a dealer, let us know.
RV Fender Skirts that are originally installed often become faded, cracked & worn out – just from normal use. Not to mention, tire blow outs & road debris also takes a toll. If you are looking to improve the look & value of your RV easily – look no further than a nice new set of fender skirts.
RV Fender Skirt: Before
Here is what a recent customers unit looked like before their new ICON RV Fender Skirt arrived:
Thor Citation Before RV Fender Replacement
Notice that it is Yellow with sun fading. Cracks have begun to spread from the mounting screws. It’s clear that this fender has been weathered on this ’99 Thor Citation. The owner thought so too & came to ICON to get a new part.
RV Fender Skirt: After
To brighten & modernize any unit – a new fender can do wonders. Take a look at the new unit below. The yellowing is gone & the whole side of the trailer looks brand new. All done with simply changing one part.
Thor Citation After RV Fender Replacement
If you’re doing your own RV facelift by installing new ICON Replacement Fender Skirts – send us a before/after shot to show us how it turned out!
Having to replace an original holding tank can seem like a huge task, but for the ‘Do it yourself’ minded – it can often be a lot simpler than first thought. Here’s how it goes:
You’ll want to measure out your original tank (and any extra area that would allow you to upgrade to a larger tank) to allow you to find an appropriate replacement. Planning out and ‘mapping’ your plumbing is also part of this initial step. Make note of drain location on the original tank and any extra fittings/components that you may require to hook up the new tank.
HT175BED – Example Replacement Holding Tank
Find a replacement. Comparing by dimensions, you’ll want to locate one that will fit in the area measured in step 1. You’ll also want to consider how you will be mounting the tank. Replacements have a 1.25″ flange for mounting with brackets or screws, so ensure you’ll have room for whichever method.
Remove your old tank if you haven’t already. Typically it involves removal of some screws and/or sliding the tank out of “L” type brackets. You may need to cut out some plumbing fittings and pull out some of the pipes to help configure the new tank.
Figure out where to install the intakes on the new tank by putting it into place temporarily and marking where the inputs should be cut. Precision is important here – measure/mark twice, cut once!
Pull the holding tank back out and use a cup saw to drill the input holes. There is usually one input (2″ fitting or 3″ fitting) and a vent (1.5″ fitting) in most configurations. Install the fitting using an ABS Glue and allow time to cure.
3″ Threaded Fitting
While the tank is curing prepare all input plumbing to be installed in the tank (appropriate fittings, make sure they are cleaned and make certain you have glue ready).
Place the tank back in & secure. Ensure the tank is lined up with all inputs. Use straps or banding to provide additional support to the belly of the tank.
Connect all inputs with the appropriate fittings & glue. You’re done!