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Old 08-11-2015, 10:48 AM   #1
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Looking for a master cylinder for a 1994 Fleetwood Bounder with a cummins diesel engine.
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Old 08-11-2015, 12:26 PM   #2
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Any diesel pushers , I've seen with hydraulic brakes the master cylinder is visible , by looking above the drivers side front tire. It's under the floor and kind of a pain to access.


EDIT: Note to self re-read post before typing , you are looking for a replacement master cylinder, correct?
What chassis is the coach built on?
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Yes need a replacement. It is an Oshkosh chassis. Was just told today fleetwoid bought them out.
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If your local parts suppliers , can't come up with a listing, maybe Fleetwood Industries , has enough paperwork on the chassis to provide you with the original part numbers, and parts store could cross reference that.
If you call or e mail Fleetwood have your serial number handy.

Are there any casting numbers visible on the current master cylinder?
Can you post a picture of the master cyl, maybe a member will recognise it from another application.
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Look around this site here. They might have what you need.

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If your local parts suppliers , can't come up with a listing, maybe Fleetwood Industries , has enough paperwork on the chassis to provide you with the original part numbers, and parts store could cross reference that.
If you call or e mail Fleetwood have your serial number handy.

Are there any casting numbers visible on the current master cylinder?
Can you post a picture of the master cyl, maybe a member will recognise it from another application.
Thanks will get pic and post. Also will look for casting numbers.
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Will take a look. Thanks very much
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