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Old 11-04-2014, 09:24 AM   #1
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I Need Air Cleaner Part Number

2002 Coachmen Cross Country Elite on a Freightliner chassis. 300HP Cummins. I gave the Freightliner dealer the last 6 from the VIN: K03742 and he hooked me up with Part Number FAR 114810 003 which was not correct. He said the RV manufacturer must have changed the unit.

I need a side inlet and bottom outlet both 5 inch in diameter. The outside dimensions are 10"D X 19"High. In a sealed canister.

What is aggravating is I ALWAYS log in part numbers, price and the date into my maintenance log when I do maintenance. Must have missed this on the last replacement.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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2002 Coachmen Cross Country Elite on a Freightliner chassis. 300HP Cummins. I gave the Freightliner dealer the last 6 from the VIN: K03742 and he hooked me up with Part Number FAR 114810 003 which was not correct. He said the RV manufacturer must have changed the unit.

I need a side inlet and bottom outlet both 5 inch in diameter. The outside dimensions are 10"D X 19"High. In a sealed canister.

What is aggravating is I ALWAYS log in part numbers, price and the date into my maintenance log when I do maintenance. Must have missed this on the last replacement.

Any help greatly appreciated.

60Vette
Like this? Part #FAR 114880 3
From Freightliner - Description - ECO 9 /34 Side Inlet
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Thanks, Scott. Upside down but looks like it.

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Thanks, Scott. Upside down but looks like it.

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I have looked and I see no one that makes a 5 inch in and 5 inch out
you might remeasure again.
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I think what you are looking for is a 114880003 but that has a 6 inch intake and a
5 inch outlet.
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You might want to call FCCC Customer Service and have them verify the filter part number. My experience with Freightliner dealers on air cleaners has been dismal - they either got the wrong one or failed to get it at all.

1-800-FTL-HELP (1-800-385-4357)

Mine is similar to Scott's, with the air inlet at the top and outlet at the bottom-side, but both are 7" rather than 5" (for the Cummins ISL engine). It's a Farr FAR 094973-007
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You might find this Racor Air Filtration Catalog useful.
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I have looked and I see no one that makes a 5 inch in and 5 inch out
you might remeasure again.
Excellent point, I will measure again. I quickly measured while in an advanced state of peeve after realizing I had the wrong part. I violated the first tenant of maintenance -always make sure you have the right parts before you tear things apart.
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Excellent point, I will measure again. I quickly measured while in an advanced state of peeve after realizing I had the wrong part. I violated the first tenant of maintenance -always make sure you have the right parts before you tear things apart.
Yes have done that a few times also.
The 114880003 filter is the same as the one they said was for it except
it has the side intake.
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