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Old 10-27-2021, 12:48 PM   #1
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I am looking for a replacement reservoir on a 2001 Freightliner XC chassis with a Caterpillar 3126B in a Discovery 37U coach. The OEM part number is a A14-13336-000. Anyone have any ideas? Thank you.
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The actual Freightliner reservoir number , if not available from F/L , could be replaced with any P/S reservoir of a similar capacity . Fabricating mounts and adapting hose fittings would be required .

Have you looked at ; Dorman ; products , available on Amazon , that's where I got a coolant reservoir for my side rad F/L chassis .

EDIT: Is this the reservoir you need ? Red box , yellow arrow is coolant reservoir.
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The actual Freightliner reservoir number , if not available from F/L , could be replaced with any P/S reservoir of a similar capacity . Fabricating mounts and adapting hose fittings would be required .

Have you looked at ; Dorman ; products , available on Amazon , that's where I got a coolant reservoir for my side rad F/L chassis .

EDIT: Is this the reservoir you need ?
Thank for the reply. I am trying to avoid any fab work on my part. I saw a guy on here that goes by Sonnydale and he made one out of aluminum. I wander how I could get a hold of him?
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Thank for the reply. I am trying to avoid any fab work on my part. I saw a guy on here that goes by Sonnydale and he made one out of aluminum. I wander how I could get a hold of him?
If you can find his post , you can click on his user name ( top left of the post ) and see if he is still active in the forums , by checking the date of his last post.
If he is active( posted in last month or so ) then select the " send private message " option .

EDIT : OR through the " Community " drop box ( blue bar across the top of the page ) search the members list .
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This comment thread (at this very web site) might be useful:

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