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Old 07-21-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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Who supplies/makes chassis parts like brake/gas pedals?

Just wondering if anybody know who supplies or makes parts that goes on motorhome chassis. I have a 2000 Holiday Rambler Ambassador 34 DP 260 Cummings and cannot figure who makes the dash, brakes/gas pedals and other parts. Attempted to look up to find parts as I described and don't have a clue. Any ideas would help.

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Old 07-21-2013, 07:04 PM   #2
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As my signature indicates, I have a 2000 HR Endeavor with cat engine. On mine, the chassis manufacturer (freightliner) purchased and installed the air brake tredle, accellerator assembly, and the dash instruments. The coach builder (Holiday Rambler/Monaco) sourced and installed the heat/air system, the radio, etc.

If it is built on a freightliner chassis, you can get parts from freightliner.


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Old 07-22-2013, 05:39 AM   #3
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Williams Controls probably makes the Brake pedal and accelerator assembly.
The Air Brake systems are probably Bendix
Freight liner and other manufactures source parts for their final products from suppliers like these.
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Old 07-22-2013, 06:41 AM   #4
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The pedals can be bought at any truck parts supplier. The problem would be that they don't have a listing as to your RV. You would have to take it off and find a no. of take it to the parts store to have it matched up. I would beleave that the dash was made up of standard guages. The biggest problem we have is the parts stores don't have listings for our RV's and we have to rely on the RV manufacture to supply us with the part numbers and they are not willing to do that without a large markup in price.
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Old 07-22-2013, 08:12 AM   #5
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We have gotten most of our parts of ours from various auto parts stores. Ignition switch, voltage regulator etc. have all been various Ford truck parts. They will cost WAY less at an auto parts store than from an RV place. Find the part number and have them look up the part number. Or if you can take the part off then take that in to have them look it up and verify that it will work.

Here's the difference in price - Previous owners had the voltage regulator replace at a cost of $100 for just the part at an RV/truck repair place. We got the same exact part from an auto store for $25.

We are actually about to replace the motor for the windshield wipers and Thom took the part off and we will go to the auto parts store to have them look up the numbers.
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After everybody help, I did find the pedals were made by or sold by Williams Control Co. Thanks for all the help and knowledge.

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