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Old 07-05-2016, 10:08 AM   #1
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My wife and I just inherited her fathers Winnebago on a Workhorse chassis. mfg.9/01. completed on 11/01. Model#wfg32v. gvwr 20,700. type mpv.VIN#5V4MP67G123341403. Any information on what we have would be helpful. Thanks,Danny
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Old 07-05-2016, 10:26 AM   #2
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My wife and I just inherited her fathers Winnebago on a Workhorse chassis. mfg.9/01. completed on 11/01. Model#wfg32v. gvwr 20,700. type mpv.VIN#5V4MP67G123341403. Any information on what we have would be helpful. Thanks,Danny
Go to "winnebagoind.com". Select "Resources", then "Product Information". Input year and model of the unit. You can download the PDF brochure and save it to your computer.

Also on that same page you can click "Parts Catalog-Motorized", under Parts Catalog pick the year, then the year again and the model that is in black letters. You can save that PDF also.

You can also click on "Service Parts List" then enter the year and the last 5 digits of the Winnebago SERIAL NUMBER (not VIN). That will list every part that went into making your MH. Have fun!

For Workhorse Chassis info or questions, you can go to "RV Forums" pull-down menu above, then "Chassis Clubs" and then select "Workhorse Custom Chassis".
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My wife and I just inherited her fathers Winnebago on a Workhorse chassis. mfg.9/01. completed on 11/01. Model#wfg32v. gvwr 20,700. type mpv.VIN#5V4MP67G123341403. Any information on what we have would be helpful. Thanks,Danny
you likely have a 2001 or 2002 Winnebago 32V (you'll need to check the VIN with Winnebago to see the specific model). GVWR is gross-vehicle-weight-rating (the total amount of weight the vehicle chassis can support including itself).
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Hello from Michigan. You can also get the as-bilt sheet from Winnebago. Great people, give them a call or e-mail. Good luck!
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Old 07-05-2016, 01:27 PM   #5
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My wife and I just inherited her fathers Winnebago on a Workhorse chassis. mfg.9/01. completed on 11/01. Model#wfg32v. gvwr 20,700. type mpv.VIN#5V4MP67G123341403. Any information on what we have would be helpful. Thanks,Danny
From looking at the specs in the brochure, it appears that yours is a 2002 Winnebago Adventurer 32V. The Adventurer would be the top-of-the-line for Winnebago gas models for that year. Looks to be very well appointed. Congratulations!
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You can also go to the Workhorse website (workhorse.com) input the chassis VIN number and find out if all the recalls have been done on your unit. You can also register your chassis at the same time to receive any future communications from Workhorse regarding your chassis.
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While you are at it, take a good look throughout the MH to see if you can find the Black Winnebago Bag. Inside of it should be a plethora of info about your coach.
Also as others have said, you can download all of the drawings and diagrams form the Winnebago site. I would recommend that you do that and place it on a CD or thumb drive and keep it with the all of the MH info and logs. All of those drawings will come in handy when it comes time for repairs.
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As mentioned WGO has great resources for your unit. Check with the website as well as contact service for questions you might have.
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The Adventurer would be the top-of-the-line for Winnebago gas models for that year.
Actually, the Chieftain was the top of the gas line then. Not that it matters.

As others have said, browsing around the Winnebago resources section should answer most of your questions.
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Actually, the Chieftain was the top of the gas line then. Not that it matters.

As others have said, browsing around the Winnebago resources section should answer most of your questions.
Yep, I overlooked the Chieftain. Thanks!
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