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Old 04-23-2014, 02:18 PM   #1
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Monaco Air Bag Part# Issue

Still having a night mare of what should be a simple issue. Front air bag leaking on my 94 Monaco Executive 40' (RoadMaster Chassis), this happened several years ago with another bag. I looked some place on the bag, got number and ordered it to take with me to the repair facility. For the life of me I can't recall where that part number is located on the bag. I found a number on the bellows (Goodyear 578923-309) but that's not part number. I was offered help on this site and given number 2B9-206 ordered it, but bag is too small. I contacted Goodyear and they 578923-309 is associated with bag series 2B12-___ they didn't know what the last numbers were, because there are several. Anyone have same coach that has replaced the bags, Some models of Monaco Dynasty have Roadmaster chassis, but air bag number given me is a bag that is too small. Anyone aware exactly where part number is located on the bag?
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Have you called Monaco or Roadmaster with your chassis or VIN number? I know with my Spartan I can call and get shock, air bag, ride height info, etc. very quickly.
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I hadn't given that a thought, will see if I can contact them tomorrow.
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