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Old 08-31-2010, 03:16 PM   #1
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Harney brake rotors

Does anyone possible know how to get new rear brake rotors for 1999 Harney Motor Coach Renegade, CAT powered, pusher? Chassis was made by Magnum (maybe subdivision of Harney). Coach is identical to Safaris of same age. All later bought by Monaco, so who knows? Thanks

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Magnum was Safari's chassis subsidiary and it was absorbed into Monaco's Roadmaster division when they bought Safari. But the axles and hubs came from a supplier, you you have to figure out what brand of axle and wheel you have. Arvin-Meritor, maybe? I would think any medium/heavy duty truck shop or parts house could identify the brand if they could get a look at it. Or just take the parts into a NAPA store and they can probably find one to match.
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