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Old 08-25-2018, 06:07 PM   #1
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Hello,

I need to change/replace my brakes in my 1987 Airstream 325, p30 chassis.

If anyone out there knows the part number I would appreciate your help.

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Old 08-25-2018, 07:08 PM   #2
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I donít know the part number, but when the MC on our Ď84 started leaking in Maine I stopped at the first NAPA store that I saw and they had one on the shelf. I just asked for a MC for an Ď83 P30 with four wheel disk brakes. The guy at the counter said that it fits a lot of other applications.
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What Waipio Rim states is true, any Carquest, NAPA or any auto parts store in your area will be able to get brake parts for a 1987 P30 chassis motorhome.

I live less than an hour north of you, it would be great to meet up sometime. PM me with contact info if you wish.

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Peter

Thanks for the contact info but you should have Private messaged me that. If you can't edit out the post with your phone number I suggest you ask a moderator to delete it.

I will PM you my number and e-mail.

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I already copied Peterís number, and I have yours as well, will add them to the list, Regards, Bob
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As Waipo Rim and Tony say, this is standard stuff, except for classics with 16Ē wheels which have a different brake/RPO set ups. I think itís a JP9 vs JP8. This can all be extracted from your VIN code from any good parts shop.
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For parts replacement, VIN code is great but the stock part casting number is best identifier.
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