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Old 05-19-2022, 07:06 PM   #1
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Holiday Rambler Air Bags

Air bag numbers on 2001 holiday rambler 40pdf diesel pusher 8 bags Look like the front and rear are different. No numbers on bags Does anyone have the numbers for replacement? thank you
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Old 05-20-2022, 05:29 AM   #2
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The problem with these air bags is that you have to take the old one out to see the part # as it is at the top of the bag.
But you can check with Veurink's RV, they have parts for just about anything although may not show on their web page.
They will however only provide their # and are a lot more expensive than places like Michigan Truck Spring or SDTruckSpring.
But once you have their #, you can search for that # on their site and find out the OEM #. They quoted me close to $400 each but Michigan Truck Spring under $200.
2004 Holiday Rambler Imperial 40PKD, Cummins ISL 400
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Old 05-20-2022, 10:48 AM   #3
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What model is your HR, (Imperial, Endeavor, Ambassador etc). It might make a difference.

Last year I inspected my airbags, 2002 Monaco Windsor, and did not find any problems but I decided to buy a couple spares just in case.

The first place I ordered from indicated they had them in stock but after placing order I got an email that said it was ~3 month lead time. I canceled that order.
I then ordered two from Truck & Trailer. Got them in ~4 days. I just wrapped them in plastic and out them back in the BR closet. Not much weight. I carry the tools to replace in necessary, I'm sure it would be harder to do on the road versus in my garage but I'm OK with that.
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