Vehicle coverage for International part #

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by WooleyMFG, Nov 13, 2023.

  1. WooleyMFG

    WooleyMFG Bobtail Member

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    Can anyone tell me what the year and model coverage this International part number covers??

    3928819C2
     
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  3. JoeyJunk

    JoeyJunk Road Train Member

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    Did you try calling a International dealer?
     
  4. WooleyMFG

    WooleyMFG Bobtail Member

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    They were less than helpful. They wanted a VIN to verify if it fit my vehicle but didn't want to offer me all of the fitments. I've been on google for two days and am striking out.
     
  5. Heavyd

    Heavyd Road Train Member

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    I googled the part. I got no information on it. What is it?
     
  6. WooleyMFG

    WooleyMFG Bobtail Member

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    It is a power steering cooler. We are looking at manufacturing it as an aftermarket part but I need to know what vehicle coverage it has to decide if it is worth making. It has been on national back order with no release date for over a year.
     
    Heavyd Thanks this.
  7. Judge

    Judge Road Train Member

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  8. Fontaine

    Fontaine Bobtail Member

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    My name is Fontaine. I purchased a 2015 Lonestar from Arrow truck sales.
    About 3.5 years ago.
    This has been my worst experience with a semi. I have owned 6 trucks.
    They break down alot and parts are hard to get. When parts are located the dealers say it is on national back order to jack up prices. Terrible customer service and poorly made equipment. On the other hand the Lonstar rides nice.
    Best truck I had was a KW.
    434 4294506 any questions.
     
  9. Heavyd

    Heavyd Road Train Member

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    If the truck is just a regular line or regional haul, just make a loop around the front of the rad. It doesn't need much. I have customers that make their own with regular household copper water pipes.
     
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