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Old 04-07-2013, 09:16 AM   #1
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Cutter Freightliner XC Chassis

This post if for us rare Cutter owners who need help cross referencing and finding Chassis and Engine parts for our Cutter Diesel Pushers on Freightliner XC Chassis
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Old 04-07-2013, 09:22 AM   #2
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Does anyone know the NAPA part number for the replacement Primary Fuel water separator Alliance P/N 122-32FRT01? This has been a source of frustration. I have a 2 filter setup with a Cat 3126B which has a secondary 2 micron filter. Believe the alliance is a 10 micron primary.
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Does anyone know the part number or NAPA equiv for the Engine Air Filer ? 1999 Freightliner XC Chassis.
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Welcome to the Air Forums.

Have you tried the search engine in the top dark blue banner?

Lots of information for your unit on this site.

The Cutter was a low volume unit compared to some other brands but was a large run for Airstream in the motorhome division. The widebody units were produced from 95 to 99 and included both gas and diesel in varying weight classes up to 25000#.

A good guess would be maybe 500 units of all models of the Cutter before the name was dropped for the year 2000.

Airstream used different VIN number series for each weight class but had problems staying with the plan and mixed them up as each year passed.

Almost impossible to know how many units of any class were built.

http://www.airstream.com/service/serial-numbers/

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