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Old 07-14-2010, 09:02 AM   #1
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Magna Steering Drag Link Ball Ends

Does anyone know which manufacturer made the steering drag link for the 2004 Magna DynoMax chassis for Country Coach? It does not appear to be Ridewell nor ArvinMeritor as I have checked them both. I need to replace the ball joint ends and can't locate replacement units. Thanks for your suggestions. Chuck
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Does anyone know which manufacturer made the steering drag link for the 2004 Magna DynoMax chassis for Country Coach? It does not appear to be Ridewell nor ArvinMeritor as I have checked them both. I need to replace the ball joint ends and can't locate replacement units. Thanks for your suggestions.
Chuck, Call Jim at Source Engineering. He'll set you on the path toward getting that situation resolved.
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