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Old 08-14-2019, 12:54 AM   #1
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Need new brakes on my Monaco 98

Hi, I tryed to figure out what i shall buy. I need brake shoes and drums all around, I know that it is 16,5*7 in the back and itīs 15*4 in the front, but i need some kind of parts # for all the parts. Do some one know what i need.
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I cant be 100% sure - but I think you have the Bendix ES150-4L brakes in the front.
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I did my rear brakes and the numbers were on the shoes and I believe it was a Dayton
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I did my rear brakes and the numbers were on the shoes and I believe it was a Dayton
You donīt happens to remember the numbers?
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ETN shoe 1048 7 inches wide
819774 16.5 inches Diameter
100Z97 - 1821

Dayton Brake Drum 32491
12339 ? (probably not sure of the number)
42215MM
These are the numbers I put in my log book. I didn't change my drums and new springs
and rollers came with the shoes. Getting one of my brake drums off took using a torch
to heat it.
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ETN shoe 1048 7 inches wide
819774 16.5 inches Diameter
100Z97 - 1821

Dayton Brake Drum 32491
12339 ? (probably not sure of the number)
42215MM
These are the numbers I put in my log book. I didn't change my drums and new springs
and rollers came with the shoes. Getting one of my brake drums off took using a torch
to heat it.
Thank you
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