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Old 05-07-2019, 09:02 PM   #1
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2001 Monaco Windsor airbag

Wondering if someone can help me with a cross reference number on my airbags. Monaco gave me their part number which is 10110964. I canít seem to find anything online that matches their number.

Other info if it helps is a air level system, no leveling jacks
Number on bellow of Firestone bag on coach is IT15 L2
Roadmaster chassis model R-3200.

Any help would be much appreciated
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:15 PM   #2
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Hi F7nsnp12; The 1T15L2 is the air bag type I.D. number. I have an 01 Windsor also. I think what you are looking for in a Firestone product is #WO-358-9376. Should be the air bags for the front and rear. You can get lots of info by putting, or asking your question in the search box at the top right of this page. You will find a wealth of reading on suspension air bags for Monaco coaches. Also try looking at www.trucksprings.com. Also when you research the answers from the search box, owners have numerous listed sources for the Firestone air bags. Hope this gives you something to get started and good luck on your research! The last part number I had from Monaco quite a while ago was #8619. Do not know if that is a good number! My 01 Windsor is a 34' PBS also.
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:24 PM   #3
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You just saved me a bunch of time. That’s exactly what I want and you have the same coach as mine. I don’t want to pull one to find out what they are. Going to buy them and change them when I have time
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:36 PM   #4
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Hi F7nsnp12; Glad I could help. Were all here with lots of info. Please post back when you get your project done so others here can read about your project. Question, are all or some of your air bags failing. Just curious as I look at mine now and then. Knock on wood, they don't look too bad. You can have some surface checks in the rubber bellows and that is not considered to be a problem from what I have read from others here. Sometimes there is an air leak and usually just 1 bag has a problem. Seems if others have had a problem with 1 on a certain position on the coach they replace both at that wheel position. Have a great evening!
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Nothing leaks as of right now, the front ones aren’t as covered as the rear. There is a little weather checking but I want to change them for peace of mind more so. At least the front four for now, the back don’t look as bad. But if I can get a good deal I’ll just replace them all. Does yours have the air leveling system also?
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Old 05-07-2019, 10:19 PM   #6
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Hi F7nsnp12; I have had 2 Windsor's over the last 15 years. My first coach was a 2000 32', no slide coach with the air leveling and I loved it. My current coach, 01 34' Windsor has the hydraulic leveling jacks and I sure wish I still had the air leveling. When buying used you don't have the choices that you want sometimes. Have you used your air leveling much or is the coach very new to you?
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Old 05-07-2019, 10:34 PM   #7
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I use the air leveling every time we park when we get to the race track. It’s a nice feature and the coach is suprsingliy sturdy for a air level. My routine follows as park the coach, dump down all the air, put out the slide, then do the auto air level which usually takes a minute
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