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|Eagle Front End Parts||Jason||8-12-02|
|I have a 1986 model Eagel. It is 102 wide and has a raised roof with model 15 caps. The are some front end parts/suspension parts that are wore out and causing the drivers side tire to wear on the inside. I took it to a line-up shop but they can't do anything with it. We had the kingpins replaced last year but there is something making the tire lean inward. I have been calling around to differnt places to see if anyone can fix it but I don't know what to call the parts, so basically I'm looking for a parts manual and also a good reputable company that could fix it. I greatly appreciate any help. Please contact me at JAB0018@aol.com Thanks!|
|Re: Eagle Front End Parts||ZG||8-12-02|
|You might try Bus Parts International. I have watched them over the years and see that they are good at one-on-one customer service. They have manufactured parts for the Eagle for awhile, and even have updated look parts available.|
Go to http://www.1800intlbus.com/htdocs/parts/eagle/index.htm
Hope this helps.
|Re: Eagle Front End Parts||Darryl||8-14-02|
|If you can arrange to travel to Indiana. The front end shop that Anerican coach uses for all of it's Eagles has the most knowledgeable front end technician I have ever met. He used to work for American Coach and now works out of his own shop. No one in Houston could get my '01 Eagle to drive properly. Many tried. One trip to this man's shop and this coach drives effortless. I am at work and do not have the name of the fornt end shop with me. You should be able to call the service center and get them to provide you with the name of hte business. Good luck...|