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Airstream, Friends of AirstreamAirstreaming is more fun when you’re in a group, and that’s why the community around caravanning and travelling and camping in Airstreams is so close-knit. So why wouldn’t it extend into the realm of the Internet? Air Forums is the home of Airstreamers online – a forum where members of our worldwide community can gather and meet. Forum members can ask questions from expert peers, talk about new developments in the world of Airstream, and just socialize with people who are as interested in the freedom and fun of travel as they are. With thousands of Airstream owners registered, Air Forums is one of the largest and most active Airstream communities on the Internet.

Posted @ Monday, June 24, 2013 8:52 AM by jcanavera
This is my first forum 
We have sold our 25 Flying Cloud with its Hensley 
We are about to take delivery of a 27 Classic and most importantly we are going to be full timers in 5 weeks 
What hitch do you recommend  
This is my first forum
Posted @ Thursday, July 18, 2013 4:57 PM by Michael and Page
I owned a 2004 30S Land Yacht MH for a few years and was quite satisfied with the 96" width. When I was ready to shop for a replacement, I found Airstream had increased the width to 102" for units over 25'. What a disappointment! Unfortunately, I no longer own an Airstream, mainly for that reason.
Posted @ Wednesday, August 07, 2013 10:30 AM by Ralph Bowen
The site is heavily moderated and is very selective on how they enforce the "play nice" rules. It's the biggest site around, but that does not necessarily mean it's the best.
Posted @ Saturday, August 17, 2013 6:53 PM by Silvertwinkie
I find the site wildly entertaining and occasionally, a possible source for some level of Airstream knowledge (if you can get past all the drama).
Posted @ Tuesday, August 20, 2013 12:47 PM by tradewind
General question....I have a 1963 limited edition Globetrotter. Pretty good shape but inside sleeping quarters need to be completely redone. Wiring and plumbing replaced and new hot water heater. Ac works great. Anyone have a value range? I'm out of energy!
Posted @ Monday, November 18, 2013 10:39 AM by David Baird
I modified my 2002 Intl AS refrigerator from 120 vac & propane to 120 vac, propane, & 12vdc. We eat ice cream cones along the road without having gas turned while traveling.
Posted @ Thursday, December 19, 2013 3:02 PM by Bob
love Airstreams
Posted @ Monday, January 06, 2014 3:22 PM by ben brooks
ive had a 1962 ambassador for a couple years now and done a complete overhaul on her, the only thing i need is to get my refrig redone, its a nice lookin box and in great shape but it dont work, just trying to find out if they can be redone or overhauled, ive cleaned from behind and ive got a great flame for the pilot light (gas only) pretty sure, but i dont want a new one i want the old one going again, does anybody have any ideas?? live in the hill country in texas (Gods country) and can travel to get her fixed right, still polishing after 2 years but shes almost done, thanks to all for any help in the refrig area
Posted @ Wednesday, February 19, 2014 9:28 AM by dub
How exactly does one become a "Friend of Airstream"? 
We're a family of six living out of a 1976 Sovereign. We've been full-time travelers since 2008, but only this past year have we been in our Airstream. 
Just curious.
Posted @ Wednesday, April 02, 2014 9:46 PM by Nathan
This is my first time on the forum. I need some advice. I have a 1988 23 foot Excella trailer that I would like to sell. It has been sitting idle for a many years. The mice have gotten into it and ruined a lot of the interior. The skin is also in bad shape. Someone is interested in it. Does anyone know what a reasonable price would be for this 'fixer upper'? If anything at all.
Posted @ Tuesday, May 06, 2014 11:08 AM by Marion
I recently purchased a 2004 19' Airstream Bambi. Should the battery disconnect switch have a red light lit whether its in the use or store mode?I can't tell if it's on or off. 
Thank You 
Posted @ Tuesday, June 02, 2015 7:01 PM by Ernie Roy
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