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Old 02-14-2016, 11:02 AM   #1
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Oshkosh 1995 chassis

Recently put a deposit on a RV with a Oshkosh chassis. Unit needs front brake lines (juice) which were cut off because of rust and lost in time. I'm familiar with basic line routes and was wondering if anyone had more info on the brake line sizes and factory routes.

Chassis Vin # 4cdc5xg23m1900792

Any info of the locations of any inline filters on the power steering circuit and possibility of the hydraulic priortory Block location. Steering is hard to turn since it was parked just after the brake line blew about months ago.
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Recently put a deposit on a RV with a Oshkosh chassis. Unit needs front brake lines (juice) which were cut off because of rust and lost in time. I'm familiar with basic line routes and was wondering if anyone had more info on the brake line sizes and factory routes.

Chassis Vin # 4cdc5xg23m1900792

Any info of the locations of any inline filters on the power steering circuit and possibility of the hydraulic priority Block location. Steering is hard to turn since it was parked just after the brake line blew about months ago.
I have a 93 Oshkosh, the brake line size is 3/16. Routing isn't that critical as long as they aren't near any moving parts. My power steering lines ran up the curb side of the frame then crossed over in front of the fuel tank then up to the steering box and hydraulic brake booster. There is no filter or anything in the lines on mine.
If you need new flex hoses for the brakes don't bother trying to find them, I spent hours searching for them. I ended up making new ones from stainless flex line and some AN fittings.
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Freightliner now owns the chassis and can provide parts. Another supplier of parts is https://www.millsupply.com/. I have gotten parts from both with good results. Our 1989 John Deere chassis (prior to becoming Oshkosh) needed front brake hoses and Freightliner had them for a reasonable cost.
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