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Old 10-09-2015, 10:32 AM   #1
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Roadmaster chassis R2900 Brake shoes

My Front brake shoes are worn down to the point of replacement, I think. Having a dickens of a time trying to locate new shoes for it, and was hoping someone out there could direct me to a supplier. Thanks, John
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Check the manufacturer of the axle, any standard truck shop should be able to locate and supply.

My axle is an Eaton, there is a name tag riveted on it that has the model/sn on it.
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You need a Monaco "build sheet" (call customer svc) It lists most components to include the serial numbers. You'll need vin number... All axles are listed.. Mine is 3 pages of single spaced items!!!
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Take them to any HD truck parts house and they will match them up for you.
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