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Old 03-26-2012, 01:05 PM   #1
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Air filter for National Tradewind

Have a '98 tradewind pushed by 300d caterpillar - in the midst of servicing and no one in area can find a replacement filter - no part number/id on existing one - suggestions where I can find one - live in north Florida

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Old 03-26-2012, 01:17 PM   #2
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you might try contacting Freightliner chassis with your vin number. They may be able to help you. If in 98 your rv was built on one of their chassis.
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They maybe the same as mine 1999 as the book states for both years.
There are two different types depending on what you have a feed thru or side feed.
FCCC = P103723 Manf Farr 114810-003 Fram CA 6855 or CA 8193 FLtGuard
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This is right out of the book good luck

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If you are like I was and need manuals Dick also has one of these MH's and posted all
of the manuals. Let me know and will send link to you

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Please send link for manuals

I have a 1999 National Tradewinds with a 300 cat engine and would like that link to the manuals you offered the other person. I have found it hard to get information on all the things that need to be done and the how to do them.

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