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Old 06-23-2021, 09:47 PM   #1
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Brake parts / bearings, finder help?

2000 workhorse P30
Fleetwood flair 30h

I need some recommendation for parts, I m rebuilding my brakes and bearings.

If someone knows the part numbers or how to find them I will appreciate it.
Brake pads
Calibers
Bearings
Seals
Brake lines
ABS sensor

And please you can list it anything else you think I'm going to need it.

Truly appreciate any help

Thank you
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Old 06-23-2021, 09:57 PM   #2
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When I did mine, there was a sticker on the axle, near the center of the axle I took all the information off the sticker to a trailer place NOT AN RV PLACE and they had everything I needed as well as some very helpful advice.
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You've got a big list, does the person who's going to help have any suggestion? If not I'd look for a real parts store, not a chain, and tell them you want good, not cheap, parts. They're a lot more knowledgeable and helpful.
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You've got a big list, does the person who's going to help have any suggestion? If not I'd look for a real parts store, not a chain, and tell them you want good, not cheap, parts. They're a lot more knowledgeable and helpful.
The work for disassembly was fairly easy (45 min) just very heavy parts.
My friend is a mechanic but he's not familiar with the RV parts.
The major problem that I found GM make parts for trucks and the rv industry used them.
But when it's time to sell those parts the VIN numbers are not recognized and part numbers are completely different, basically they charge three times more just because the part is going to be installed on a RV.
I simply cannot agree to pay 300% more for the parts are made for regular heavy duty trucks.

I sincerely appreciate your advice s, it's absolutely necessarily to making sure we secure our highways and the first thing to do is secure our vehicles, but besides advices I need help
I sincerely appreciate any!

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Old 06-24-2021, 07:18 AM   #5
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Take the parts you have removed to a parts house that carries truck parts. They should be able to match them up.
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Where did you look and what were the prices quoted? Parts will be more expensive, saying they're 300% more doesn't mean a lot.

That's also a very inclusive list, rotors can be turned, calipers don't always have to be replaced. Same with ABS sensor and brake lines. If you're doing everything because it's apart that's fine, if you want to just fix what's wrong buying all new parts because the old one is off is going to be a shock to the pocket book.


https://www.partsgeek.com/ymm/2000/w...assis/p32.html
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Old 06-24-2021, 06:36 PM   #7
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Thank you that store is very reasonable, the prices are excellent I hope the quality is the same I guess if you recommend it. I decided to replace it all just because it's not looking good, I believe those parts have been overheat and I want to do the right thing especially one it is a great possibility nobody changed nothing for 21 years.
Thank you for the directions I really appreciate it.
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2000 workhorse P30
Fleetwood flair 30h

I need some recommendation for parts, I m rebuilding my brakes and bearings.

If someone knows the part numbers or how to find them I will appreciate it.
Brake pads
Calibers
Bearings
Seals
Brake lines
ABS sensor

And please you can list it anything else you think I'm going to need it.

Truly appreciate any help

Thank you
https://youtu.be/0Mvth3L44aU
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2000 workhorse P30
Fleetwood flair 30h

I need some recommendation for parts, I m rebuilding my brakes and bearings.

If someone knows the part numbers or how to find them I will appreciate it.
Brake pads
Calibers
Bearings
Seals
Brake lines
ABS sensor

And please you can list it anything else you think I'm going to need it.

Truly appreciate any help

Thank you
https://youtu.be/0Mvth3L44aU
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Bearings should have a number on the bearing and on the race.
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