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Old 06-22-2021, 05:52 PM   #1
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Need Help Rear Axles Workhorse P32 Chassis

I am new to iRV2. I am in a big dilemma. I thought someone here would be able to help me out. I have a 2001 Winnebago Adventurer P32 Workhorse Chassis. My rear axle blew out and is in the shop. They have searched high and low and said this axle has been discontinued. Part # 26051135. The axle needs to be 39 & 1/2" long from the inside Flange to the inside of Axle. Also it has 30 Splines in the axle. The flange has 8 holes measuring 7 & 1/16th apart. I am the RV Owner and trying to find any place that has replacement axles for this model number as we see Workhorse has discontinued these axles. Or is there an after market Axle that can be used as this one has been discontinued? I so greatly thank you all for your help. I have spent so much money and love into this RV (New to RV World) and I want to get her back on the road as soon as possible. Please help. Thanks a bunch!


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You might check with Joint Clutch & Gear, they've been around a while. Joint Clutch & Gear Service Inc. - Home
I don't know if they carry what you need, but they may be able to point you in the right direction.
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check Visone RV.. they are salvage yard for rv.. 606..843..9889 good luck and get back to us let us know what you did..
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Old 06-22-2021, 08:52 PM   #4
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That's a Chevrolet part, discontinued since 2001. It was used on many P-30/32 so it shouldn't be that hard to get. Someone is bound to make a substitute. Failing that, RV salvage yards probably have a bunch of them.
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