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Old 11-03-2013, 10:03 AM   #1
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Just purchased a used 1986 22 foot Sun Liner Travel trailer and somebody removed the oven? Is there supposed to be an over head oven. The stove top is still there.
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Joan, first - welcome to the forum; second I don't think there was an "overhead" oven but go to the files section (above tab section) and then to brochures; then to 1986, find info as to what was standard and optional in your 22 footer......this may help answer your question!
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Thank you, I will try that. Joan Yoder
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They did make what was called a "drop in stove" very thin and it had no oven underneath.
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Thank you, I think that is what I have. In looking above, I think that the space is made for a microwave and what would of taken a drop in stove with oven has a large cabinet. Down the line, I think we will replace what we have with a drop in range and oven. I don't think I can get along without an oven for ever. We just bought this trailer second hand. Otherwise it is a really nice plan. Joan Yoder
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jyod541,

Welcome. The file section mentioned by Poppy & Nana has some very good info, such as floor plans, axle loads, tongue loads, etc.

Please post pictures. We love to see pictures of everyone's trailers. It also helps with questions owners have.

Enjoy your "new to you" trailer.
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Yes, stove only units (no oven) were quite common back then. That was standard, and then the four burner stove with oven was optional. I haven't tracked it, but it's close to a 50/50 split between the two options.
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Thank you, I think that is what I have. In looking above, I think that the space is made for a microwave and what would of taken a drop in stove with oven has a large cabinet. Down the line, I think we will replace what we have with a drop in range and oven. I don't think I can get along without an oven for ever. We just bought this trailer second hand. Otherwise it is a really nice plan. Joan Yoder
You maybe able to make a swap with some one I don't know of many people that actually use the oven! The last two campers I have owned they had never been used they were dusty inside.
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I always have used the ovens in our RVs. When we go looking for an RV the oven is one thing I always check and most of the time it looks brand new except for a little dust. Joan
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Joan, I'm with you I like and miss my oven! Our new toy hauler does not have a propane oven, it has a convection oven which of course needs electric to run, and we mostly dry camp!!!!! I am getting used to the convection oven but forget to turn on the generator a lot! LOL!!!!
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We will definately be putting in a drop in stove and oven as soon as we can afford and find one. I do so much with an oven even here at home. I just love to do a complete oven dinner plus the baking of goodies. Joan
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You can't cook good cornbread without an oven. Nothing like a hot bowl of soup and cornbread on a cold night.
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Joan, check with EMD Driver - he may have a unit!
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You can't cook good cornbread without an oven.
Sure you can. Campfire iron skillet cornbread.
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Thank you, will put that recipe in my box. sounds interesting. Joan
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I stand corrected, thank you. Sounds good. I'll have to give it a try.
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Joan,

Welcome to the SOC! Hope you find your oven; this is a good place to start the search. Happy camping!
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Thank you. I wonder if there are any West Coast people in this website. Everyone that has replied to me are all from the East Coast. Joan
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Thank you. I wonder if there are any West Coast people in this website. Everyone that has replied to me are all from the East Coast. Joan
Sunlines were all built in southeast Pennsylvania and the majority of dealers (and a higher percentage of trailers built) were sold east of the Mississippi. That doesn't mean people haven't taken them out and stayed, but you probably won't see another for a little while.
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Thank you. We did not know the brand name but liked the trailer, the price was right so we bought it. Our son told us about this website so I signed on. Years ago and I mean years ago when Volkswagen first came to the US, we bought a van. It was like we belonged to a club. If we encountered another VW bus on the road they honked, waved. We were part of a club. When we sold our van several years later, it was the only vehicle we have ever owned that we got back what we paid for. They were in demand. Now this is not the camper van but the regular bus van. Maybe that is what we have in our Sunline Trailer, something unusual. Joan
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