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Old 07-14-2019, 10:23 PM   #1
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2000 Monaco La Palma, ford v-10, so, if I want to buy a radiator hose lower and upper or the serpentine belt, or whatever, I just buy as a Ford 53 truck motor? at any o'reillys or autozone or pep boys ? just wondering, Thanks
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Find parts for an 2000 F53. This is how the chassis and engine parts are identified
All are V10 so it is not necessary to include tis when searching.
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I would find the OEM part numbers on the part and start a search from there. You may want to go ahead and get the serpentine belt and store it inside the coach in a dark place if you have concerns about a failure as the lizard belt is more apt to fail.
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Use the VIN # in any auto parts store search engine. All of your parts should be right.
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For the early V10 years (i.e. 1999, 2000) some catalogs don't list the F53, so be careful. Some parts will be identical with F550 super duty..

ALSO - Check Rock Auto - Their listings for the F53 are reasonably accurate. Pay attention to your chassis gross weight, sometimes parts for the lighter chassis are different than the heavy chassis

SERPENTINE BELT - I'd replace the belt and keep the old one as a spare. That way you know its the correct one and it fits. The belt should be approx 110 inches.
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2000 Monaco La Palma, ford v-10, so, if I want to buy a radiator hose lower and upper or the serpentine belt, or whatever, I just buy as a Ford 53 truck motor? at any o'reillys or autozone or pep boys ? just wondering, Thanks
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