Winnebago used the Ford P-350 chassis from 1966 to about 1970.These models include the Lifetime Premier,F17,and F19.If you own one of these please post here.

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Thanks! I bet with 3 tanks it gets great mpg!

Winnebago info link. Early Winnebago Motorhomes

Anybody know a place to get parts for the P-350 chassis? I have an 71 Grumman step van with this chassis and need things like emergency brake cables and such. Thanks in advance for any help.

Hi Jacob,I know that AutoZone has the Ford P-350 chassis in their computer system.

Yes they do, most places have them in their systems. Rock Auto and some other online sources have like wheel bearings and brakes. I need emergency brake cables and other misc parts I have not been able to locate yet. Mine are missing so I don't even have lengths to compare to. I went to a local Ford dealer and was able to find a microfiche for it, but the guy behind the counter was not very enthusiastic about checking availability on it. Thank you for the help though, It is greatly appreciated.  

Jacob,have you tried ATP.Alretta Brake Parts

I haven't, I am going to check it out now though. Thank you sir who's name I am going to assume is Jim.   




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