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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Old 04-21-2018
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Here I go again

Ifnnn it don't rain, new air bags for drive axle and tag Monday.

Getting Lazy, having AJ in Hillard (fl.) do the dastardly deed.

Or my personal excuse ---another shot shoulder hanging up my work ethics.
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Here I go again

Ifnnn it don't rain, new air bags for drive axle and tag Monday.

Getting Lazy, having AJ in Hillard (fl.) do the dastardly deed.

Or my personal excuse ---another shot shoulder hanging up my work ethics.
The shoulder thing is contagious!
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The shoulder thing is contagious!
mine are hurt'n now and i'm just type'n
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Ain't it the truth Randy

Just took a pill Mike, soos I could type

MRI--Wednesday---then 2 or 3 months before I see Ortho.

3 joints in 4 yrs. and this one has me just a wee bit

But HEY ------AIN'T NO THING-----

It's all about levers and pulleys instead of muscle at this point
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Levers and pulleys and a forklift or 2 !
Plus a SIL thats strong,they all come in handy.
I'm needing to do a little overhead welding today,mig welder of course.
I think i have to tie the mig gun up with a bungy cord,hang it from above the work.
If i can do that i can weld left handed,but i have to support the gun and power cable somehow,yep,bungy cord it is..
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NEW REAR AIR BAGS INSTALLED

IN THE RAIN

ONE MAN-(PRO)--Installed 6 air bags 8 hrs.

THE WORST ONES ARE THE ONES ON THE BACK OF THE DRIVE AXLE.
Due to the brake cans.

This for a 1985 PT36.
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AIR BAG #'S FOR 1985 PT36

TAG------------W01-358-9073---FIRESTONE REVERSIBLE SLEEVE AIR SPRING

DRIVE AXLE---W01-358-9039---FIRESTONE REVERSIBLE SLEEVE AIR SPRING

SAME AS PT 1986 AND I'M SURE OTHERS
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Hi, well I've been searching for hours and can't find out what air bags fit my 1984 PT40.
If anyone knows I would appreciate it. Looking for all three axle's.
Also my searching has seems to show that new Koni shocks from front to back are;
90-2497SP1
9005-1025
8805-1010
Searching also shows that when I use these front shocks I will break my shock mount. I would like to skip that step
Haven't been posting much because I've been working much. I will go back and revisit my threads with updates and resolutions when I'm finished. Hopefully I can be of some help to others.
Thanks
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Hi, well I've been searching for hours and can't find out what air bags fit my 1984 PT40.
If anyone knows I would appreciate it. Looking for all three axle's.
Also my searching has seems to show that new Koni shocks from front to back are;
90-2497SP1
9005-1025
8805-1010
Searching also shows that when I use these front shocks I will break my shock mount. I would like to skip that step
Haven't been posting much because I've been working much. I will go back and revisit my threads with updates and resolutions when I'm finished. Hopefully I can be of some help to others.
Thanks

I searched PT air bag numbers needed and got this.
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...p?t-22070.html
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I can grab the part numbers I used for all of mine this winter. I think almost all of them came from finditparts and were a combination of Firestone and Continental IIRC.
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