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Has anyone seen a defintion for the species of burl that Monaco was using fo rthe plastic dash and console panels?

There are places with used panels but no decription of the "design"  An ideas?  I'd like to rpalce some of the

heat lifting vinyl on the dash and other locations in the coach.

Our Neptune Dash.jpg

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Thanks very much for the input - I have seen other coaches with the sam epanels and walnut is

probably the best look.  REV was no help  "sorry we have no info " response.  Even though I provided

the Monaco and Mills Mfg part numbers on the inside stickers...

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https://www.nwrvsupply.com/  bought all Monaco parts when they closed the facility in Oregon. They have replacement parts and will look it up for you. If yours are simply broken there's an easy fix for that. IMO, Monaco put the screw holes too close to the edge and they seem to break right there. There's an easy fix for that also. Simply remove the dash piece, get a scrap piece of aluminum and have it water jetted to match then glue them together and reinstall. Here's a pic.... https://executive45pbq.blogspot.com/2020/  the result is a solid piece that will never break......Dennis

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Hydro dipping is an excellent idea, and make sure they spray a few coats of clear over it, to protect it. That is, unless technology has progressed to the point where the end result lasts longer than it used to.

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