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Old 03-19-2007, 06:57 AM   #1
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Had a blow out (driver side inside rear wheel) Sat and it sliced my air suspension bag. Does anyone know if this is a special bag just for Alpine or should the repair center my rig is at have one to fit? They are not open yet and curious to know so we can get back on the road again quicker without having to wait for parts from WRV

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Had a blow out (driver side inside rear wheel) Sat and it sliced my air suspension bag. Does anyone know if this is a special bag just for Alpine or should the repair center my rig is at have one to fit? They are not open yet and curious to know so we can get back on the road again quicker without having to wait for parts from WRV

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Old 03-19-2007, 07:55 AM   #3
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The front and rear suspensions are made by Neway Anchorlok and now owned by Holland. There suspensions are fairly common and are installed several commercial trucks. The airbags are common size and should be fairly easy to find.
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Thanks Gary for the feedback. That's what i was hoping to hear.
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