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Old 07-21-2016, 03:13 PM   #1
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P30 or P37

I have a 1994 Fleetwood bounder 34 foot. the vin has P37 in it. I need to replace the front brakes. Do I have a P30 chassis or P37?

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Do you have a 454 chevy & Turbo 400 tran? P37 in vin is a motorhome ID.

Check these older posts for info on chevy chassis's.

P-series models explained

I had a 95, 33 ft, 454/throttle body and it was a P32. FYI: Exhaust manifolds bad for cracking.

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Originally Posted by klewakowski View Post
I have a 1994 Fleetwood bounder 34 foot. the vin has P37 in it. I need to replace the front brakes. Do I have a P30 chassis or P37?

The link to the thread provided above is correct. You will see there never was a P37 or a P30 MODEL. The sixth vin position indicates the model number. Both "3" and "5" were used to indicate the P32 chassis, and yours will be one or the other. Part of the confusion about this fact is caused by people thinking it is the first two characters after the "P" in the model number, but in fact, the three numbers following the "P" are a three digit code for the wheel base. It is the last two digits of the model number that indicates it is a P32. Example: model P30432 Is a P32 chassis, not a P30.
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