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Old 11-30-2020, 09:05 PM   #1
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Part # for Airbags 2000 Intrigue

As my bags are 20+ now years old, I am looking to replace them.
Maybe someone know if these bags are generic or specific to particular coaches.
I crawled under and tried to see a number or brand but no success.
I can take it to a shop but just thought someone may already know.

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How convenient that the manufacture puts the number on the top of the bag. So if you could read it after 20 years you would have to take it off to see it. I had bags replaced on my last coach a 99 and the bags were different front to back. I took mine to Eric Olstrom in Tucson and they replaced them. I don’t know any of your skill sets but I wouldn’t want to replace them without a lift or a pit. Good Luck.
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Old 12-01-2020, 10:33 AM   #3
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How convenient that the manufacture puts the number on the top of the bag. So if you could read it after 20 years you would have to take it off to see it. I had bags replaced on my last coach a 99 and the bags were different front to back. I took mine to Eric Olstrom in Tucson and they replaced them. I donít know any of your skill sets but I wouldnít want to replace them without a lift or a pit. Good Luck.
I appreciate your reply. Was hoping to know what to order before I took one off so I could still use my coach while awaiting parts.
I was looking as some new FreightLiner Bags yesterday and they had the brand & part numbers on the side.
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I appreciate your reply. Was hoping to know what to order before I took one off so I could still use my coach while awaiting parts.
I was looking as some new FreightLiner Bags yesterday and they had the brand & part numbers on the side.
I just replaced all 4 on my 99 Allure this year, I am almost certain the rear bags would be the same FS W01-358-9223 or GY 1R12-188. Now the front may be different because you have IFS and I have a straight axle but my fronts were FS W01-755-8961 or GY 1R12-555. The FS is not available anymore so I went with the GY. Hope this helps.
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Boy we should start a help link for finding these airbags they discontinue a number faster than you can blink. Must be some place this is all updated for us

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Looked all over the bags today and didn't see any numbers I can reference.
They really don't look that bad for their age but seeing they serve a dual purpose, I believe it may be $$ well spent.

Thanks for the pm
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Havenít seen a post from you for a while.

I just replaced my rear airbags. If you remember, I have a 36 foot 2000 intrigue. I only have what I spent in front of me and that was $275 labor and $587 for the two rear bags. Wonít be home until Monday but call me and I can give you the part numbers. I can also give you companies where you can buy the airbag for a lot less. By the way, the mechanic said my fronts were OK. For the last six years itís been stored in the Arizona sun.

Also put on new shocks as we discussed and am very pleased.

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Havenít seen a post from you for a while.

I just replaced my rear airbags. If you remember, I have a 36 foot 2000 intrigue. I only have what I spent in front of me and that was $275 labor and $587 for the two rear bags. Wonít be home until Monday but call me and I can give you the part numbers. I can also give you companies where you can buy the airbag for a lot less. By the way, the mechanic said my fronts were OK. For the last six years itís been stored in the Arizona sun.

Also put on new shocks as we discussed and am very pleased.

Jim
Glad to hear the shocks worked out for you.
Yes, I would be interested in the number of the bags you purchased.
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