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Parts Vendors

This is a public forum to discuss Eagle related technical issues. If you are having a problem with your Eagle, this is the place to find help.
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Re: Parts Vendors

Post by luvrbus »

John at Bus Services died in a car wreck several years ago.I have a friend in Phoenix that is close to the family and has been trying to buy all the parts and hitting dead ends with the banks and kids since John left no will, those parts may never hit the market. for years.He did manage to get a trailer load of parts out for his GM 4107 how I have no idea and didn't ask either   
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Re: Parts Vendors

Post by beltguy »

Clifford, it is sad to know that we have lost some major vendors over the past few years.  In addition to Bus Services, we have lost Jefferson Bus and  Preacher Wayne.

One vendor that looked promising was Neil Fluit and Phoenix Coach:  Link to Phoenix Coach .  I have not heard much about them in the recent past.  Neil had a goal to start building Eagle Buses again.  He also had a goal to re-create/re-pop many Eagle Parts.  I just went to the site and they do list a new generation Eagle that supposedly can be ordered and they do list a ton of parts.  I tried to browse their part store, but it is a challenge.  Many of the parts have no picture and most have a fairly vague description.  In my quick viewing, it looks like a significant number (majority?) of the parts are off-the-shelf hardware or MCI/Prevost aftermarket parts.

Wish we had a better supply chain.

Jim Shepherd
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luggage door hing for O5 eagle Re: Parts Vendors

Post by hljebj »

I might have asked this question before,  do not remember.  Where might get the best vender to get the freshest rubber hinge material for O5 eagle luggage bay doors?  I have tried California Industrial Rubber, so far no help.
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Re: Parts Vendors

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