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Old 06-04-2012, 09:38 AM   #1
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Parking Brake

This is not a new subject; however, all my previous emails accidentially got deleted so I am sending this out fresh. Sorry for the delay. I recently had my parking brake repaired. Why, when I parked on a hill the coach wanted to continue down the hill. Not a good thing. So after being in the repair shop for a month I finally got it back. They replaced all the parts they could and had to bebuild the can. (I don't know what the can is or the other items-I am just sharing what was done) Replaced The Rockwell strut assy A3787N14, replaced Rockwell camshaft 2710U151, Replaced emergency brake shoe kit PB2085-LS, and rebuilt/turned the drum/rotor. For anyone else with the same problem that what was done to mine. Since I am not a mechanical type person I have all the work performed by experts. Forunately I have an extended warranty program that hasnbeen excellent and I only had to pay for the shoes and freight. Total bill $1587

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Old 06-04-2012, 10:45 AM   #2
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Joe- thanks for the part# info.
Glad to hear you're back on the road w/full braking.

Here is Joe's park brake original thread link with additional information & link to prior discussion on the subject.
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