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Old 06-25-2022, 02:18 PM   #1
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Airline 2012 maxxforce 10 2013 Holiday rambler 43dft

Any ideas where to get a replacement for a busted airline? I'm not sure what it is supplying air to, but its a 22' long air hose located over top of the motor, with one straight end, one 90 degree end.
Any help appreciated. I can send pictures to clarify.
I"m located located Penticton BC.
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supply line

It looks like the boost supply line. Does it connect just behind the engine throttle valve and route over to the boost control solenoid?

I've had good luck with these guys.
They have a store in Cali, but I usually use the online guy as its easier for me.

It could be this one, but please verify with a professional.
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Hey dlpanda. You’re right on the money! Many thanks for your reply!
A local hose headquarters shop was able to set me up. The connectors are reusable (as their tech pointed out), so it was a matter of replacement hose, clamps, and heat protection.
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And thanks for the link!
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