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There is no Panhard Rod on the rear of a standard Master of that era so you may have trouble. I assume that with the air suspension the standard steel springs are rmoved hence the need for some lateral location.
I own the Renaultmaster-List at yahoogroups; an e-mail list for owners / enthusiasts of the Renault Master.
There are a couple of breakers listed in the files section, one being Vic Barlow who specialises in commercial vehicle breaking and certainly used to be a good source of the older Master parts. They are up north somewhere: a google should find their location.
There are a few members of the RM-List who have ambulance conversions who may have more idea about the rear suspension than I do.
I think that the detail of ambulance rear air suspension tended to vary according to the converter so knowing who that was may be of some help.
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If you are really really stuck I guess it may be possible to re-convert the rear end to standard steel springs.
I hope that helps a bit ....