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Old 05-13-2016, 08:53 AM   #1
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Newbe with steering problems ! Help Please!!

We bought a 1995 Georgie boy Swinger on the P-30 chasis and I found out we need a new bell crank on the drivers side, where is the best and most economical place to buy steering parts? All I have found local is a rebuild kit and I really don't want that. Thanks for any help. Ronnie in Okla.
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We make an upgrade...tapered roller bearings instead of bushings. They are available from several sources p.n. P3032. Hopefully this post is ok, not to "sales" , but I don't believe there are any others available.
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Can you get a price for one of them ? I just bought a set of springs from you and got them on. Thanks Ronnie
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After looking at your ad it isn't the bell crank I need it is the L shaped one that attaches to the bottom of the bell crank. If you have are know where to get one of these let me know thanks Ronnie
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For the 95 with a 16 k GVW the part # is SS3032-10D , Trying not to break any forum rules, I recommend going online or giving us a call. 888-898-3281 or RV & Truck Parts - Suspension – Steering – Brakes - Towing
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