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Old 06-05-2023, 02:45 PM   #1
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Drag Link Part Numbers

Hi, I'm new to this site. Last year I travelled over to Florida and brought a 2004 holiday rambler ambassador 38ft, and had it shipped back to the UK.
Unfortunately i've had some problems. We travelled to Portugal in June last year, on our return whilst in Spain our power steering box developed a huge fluid leak. We had this reapaired in Spain at the cost of 2000 Euros. When we returned home over the winter the RV developed a water leak causing the side panels to delaminate, which we have had reapaired and the cost of £5000. We have taken the RV for inspection before our next trip away and have found the drag link ends are defective. One end is crimped onto the link but we have managed to release it and now need to purchase replacement ends for both.
We understand these are readily available in the USA parts centres, but don't know the part numbers. I have spoken with Jim at Source he would sell us a new drag link including the ends for 900 USD plus shipping, this seems expensive as we only require the ends, which he was unwilling to tell me the part numbers. Can someone please suggest someone I can contact about these parts?
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Whose chassis is under the coach? Chevrolet/Workhorse/Ford/? ?
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Old 06-05-2023, 02:55 PM   #3
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Whose chassis is under the coach? Chevrolet/Workhorse/Ford/? ?
Hi Mark,
It's a Roadmaster chassis
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It has been discussed . No pt# so far but some info I googled Roadmaster draglink replacement ends many hits here ignore buick lol.
I think member Vanwill has done this the one end is locked as you know.
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