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Dodge F30 Chassis parts

Working on a parts list for brake work on my brother's older Dodge motor home, it's a 1976 Brougham, 21 foot Class C. The data sheet shows it as a 'Model F30', I assume that's the chassis. The VIN is F34BF6V097613.

Looking for parts, I can only find pickup truck and van references, like W300, etc. Can anyone break out the F-30 model thing so that I can locate parts online from Advanced Auto, NAPA, Shucks? I'm looking for a master cylinder, rear wheel cylinders, front rotors and calipers, and associated parts. He's in Texas, I'm in Alaska, it's difficult at best. Thanks
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As far as i know the F-30 designation refers to the truck being built as a cab chassis unit that went to the motor home mfr for installation of the housing unit..the chassis itself is the same as the regular van/truck which it was based on so all the regular parts work..least it has worked for me whenever I was afflicted with one of those..

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Thanks Sam, that was my thought as well, but auto parts stores lising Dodge trucks don't list anything in the F series, they're all B, D and W series' 100 through 300, nothing in the 30 range, or the F-30 in particular. He's sent pictures, the MC looks like nothing special, but not being there....
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model f30 is actually MB300
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I don't think it is a MB300 if it's a class A motor home. What are the first two digits of the Vin number?
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