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Old 09-15-2013, 12:17 PM   #1
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HWH part number

I have a 2004 coachman SE 376DS and my right rear jack needs to be replaced and all the labels have been removed from all the jacks. Does anyone have the same coach and the number for the jack. Thanks John

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Old 09-15-2013, 04:41 PM   #2
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The number your after may be available online.
Welcome to HWH Corporation

look under
Customer Support & Technical Services; Left of page , blue box, then
HWH System Diagrams;
for part numbers used by manufacturer
Or " Leveling system identification " if you don't know your System Number.
If the diagrams don't go old enough , 1-800-321-3494 , I'm sure they can give you a number and price in one phone call , with your chassis serial number.

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Old 09-15-2013, 05:30 PM   #3
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Jack Labels?

It is possible that your front jacks are different than your back so be sure you find the right label. If I recall correctly my labels were black on silver. They were hidden underneath some sort of black paint/undercoating material applied after installation that I had to carefully remove to see the label.
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if you can, clean the label with wd40. it removes the tar and grime without damaging the printing. just dont rub too hard. the left rear jack is the same part. compare the front and rear, manufacturers sometimes use the same jacks front and rear.
if thats not possible, use the parts manual and compare the measurements of your jack to the parts manual pictures.shaft size and distance extended will help in identification.
take a pic and email it to Welcome to HWH Corporation. they can sometimes identify it for you. yes they are slow responding, because they are overwhelmed with so many retail customers fixing their own coaches, but they will get back to you.
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