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Old 07-19-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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I am having a problem getting some new parts for my motorhome.
I need a new lower radiator hose part# 0523228000
Transmission cooler hose part# A23-13293-083
Transmission cooler hose part# A23-13293-099

It seems that these parts are not available from Freightliner and they do not know when they will be available.

Does anyone know how to cross reference the OEM parts to aftermarket parts.

I have tried to get some info on line on the OEM parts and aftermarket parts and keep reaching a dead end.

I need to replace these parts before they fail.

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Try your local NAPA store. They should be able to cross reference those part numbers over.


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Old 07-19-2014, 12:41 PM   #3
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If those are the part numbers for the hydraulic hoses , transmission to cooler, any shop that makes pressure hoses should be able to make them up. Local tire store , does logging truck repairs, has all the equipment , and I see them making high pressure hoses every time I'm there.
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Try your local NAPA store. They should be able to cross reference those part numbers over. Ronnie Tucker
Ronnie is right. Most hoses and belts that NAPA sells are Gates products and a good counter person will be able to cross reference your numbers for you. I've found their quality to be as good as OEM. JMHO
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I tried my local NAPA and 2 people tried to cross reference the part numbers but were unable to do it.

I do not know if the transmission cooler hoses are high pressure.

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I tried my local NAPA and 2 people tried to cross reference the part numbers but were unable to do it. I do not know if the transmission cooler hoses are high pressure. mark2line
Sorry NAPA couldn't help. Sometimes there are what are called "captive" parts. Not sure if this is one of those times. Maybe check with your coach manufacturer. Wish I could be of more help.

You could help us if you added your coach make, model, engine manufacturer, size and other info on your coach to your signature. Click the "User CP" in the tool bar and scroll down to signature and add it if you don't mind. It will help.
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In a lot of cases ; when looking for parts ; a digital camera is your best friend , pull up the picture, and with details of the dimensions , hose internal size and length, you can get what you need.
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Thanks to all that replied.

I will try another NAPA store and see if they can help.

My info should be at my signature line, I hope.

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Having same problem for tailpipe. FCC. Had muffler and pipe in 2011, now say not available for 2003 phaeton. Four inch pipe benders seem to not exist here in mid Atlantic . Sad to sit in the yard and wonder if we are the only ones in need of custom bend four inch pipe.
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May have to get the NAPA person to look in their paper cross reference rather than typing into the computer. Their paper version also has moulded hose by inlet and oulet size with illustrations. Course in todays world they may have already sent it to the recyclers.
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Having same problem for tailpipe. FCC. Had muffler and pipe in 2011, now say not available for 2003 phaeton. Four inch pipe benders seem to not exist here in mid Atlantic . Sad to sit in the yard and wonder if we are the only ones in need of custom bend four inch pipe.
10 year limit on parts support, not unusual. But no one with a bender for 4" exhaust pipe.
No custom truck parts shops around?
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Having same problem for tailpipe. FCC. Had muffler and pipe in 2011, now say not available for 2003 phaeton. Four inch pipe benders seem to not exist here in mid Atlantic . Sad to sit in the yard and wonder if we are the only ones in need of custom bend four inch pipe.
Check this site out. If they are too far away maybe they can direct you to someplace closer. Hope it helps.

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The transmission hose can be made at any hydraulic hose shop. Just remove them and they will duplicate, The rad hose will be a little harder. Take some measurements: Dia, length, etc. Gates has an online catalogue with all the specs and you should find one that works. Rad shops that work on HD vehicles sometimes can help.
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Did you ever receive the Freightliner hose? I ordered a new Winnebago and the transmission line failed in transit. It is now in Amarillo waiting for parts.
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