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Old 08-11-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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Which air bags

I just purchased a 2002 allegro 30ft workhorse and one of the airbags needs to be replaced but not sure which chasis I have (W20,22 or P30,32) so not sure which airbags to order. Any info appreciated
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need chassis id #
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Where do I find id#
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Call Tiffin directly with the vin# of your rig or there might be a serial number on a label inside one of your interior cabinets. They should be able to tell you from that info what chassis you are on. Hope this helps.
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