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Old 02-23-2021, 02:07 PM   #1
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Rear air aprings

I have a 2002 Travel Supreme 40 ft. Does anyone know how to find the model number or p/n of the rear axle air springs. I want to replace the rear air springs but don't know where to start on finding the p/n of the air springs. I had the model number of the Reyco Granning suspension but did not know that was only for the front suspension. Who made the rest of the chassis? there is supposed to be an identifier some where that identifies the rear chassis but i don't have a clue where that might be located. Thanks Joe
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Old 02-23-2021, 06:23 PM   #2
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I would go to Spartan and ask them. You will need your VIN.

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We changed our rear axle air bags on our 2006 36DS03 last fall. They were Firestone bags and we went with an after market brand due to cost. The part number was on the bag so you may want to remove one to get the PN. That way you know you are getting the right one. There are a lot of variations in bag specs. I had a manual on the rear axle with our unit which made it easier as well. They are not hard remove.
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