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Old 09-04-2016, 08:09 AM   #1
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Air bags old part numbers

I am looking for the old part number for the rear air bags, I have the new part number Firestone W01-358-9482 the old one started with W01-675-?. The new part number is 6 inches taller then the old one, the old one 11 inches tall the new one is 17 inches,and does anybody know were to buy old new air bags. Thanks

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Old 09-05-2016, 05:08 PM   #2
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My 2002, 36 FT FDDS manual shows the rear Neway Assy as Model AD 160-7, or AD 200-7,8,9 or 11. Which assembly appears to be a function of ride/air spring height. There are no part numbers, and the manual is on line.

Maybe this will help?


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Dean, below came from Engineer Mike's parts list.

"43) Front Air Bag Part #, 1998 Coach: Triangle: AS-8311, or Firestone: W01 358 9039, or Goodyear: 1R12-095, or Holland: 90557023. Ride Height control valves on front: Haldex 90054007. This is a common part and can be got at most truck parts suppliers. Rear Air Bag: for the AD-200-7 rear suspension used on early coaches is safholland (Neway) 90557161, Triangle 8492, Firestone W01-358-9482. For some reason not many distributors stock this. 2006 M.Y. Rear air bag part# 90557311, mfgr probably Holland."
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