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Old 10-23-2020, 01:48 PM   #1
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2005 Alpine Brake Parts

Can someone give me parts # for 2005 alpine coach brake calipers and pads? We are stuck in Pendleton Oregon with no brakes
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Old 10-23-2020, 02:22 PM   #2
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Looking to get in touch with Mike on info for my brakes. Also Kenworth wants to talk with him
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Old 10-23-2020, 02:26 PM   #3
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Looking for same need calipers and pads need part numbers
Year and model will help tremendously...
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Old 10-23-2020, 02:54 PM   #4
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2005 alpine coach fdqs .front door quad slide
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Old 10-23-2020, 03:39 PM   #5
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Per a recently published spare parts document.
Rotors are Webb Wheels 54774-65
Pads are Raysbestos SX 769.
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Old 10-23-2020, 03:56 PM   #6
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...here is the search results of just 5 minutes of research on this forum....use the "f104" delimiter to focus on Alpine threads....example: "f104 brake rotors" in the Google search box--it is so easy:




From my collection of miscellaneous data:
Meritor (or Arvin Meritor) 4-piston Brakes (aka Quadaraulic): Front Axlemodel # MFS13144ANC2 used 60450468001 Front-Left Caliper Assy, and 60450469001 Front-Right Caliper Assy; Rear axles use same calipers but reversed for sides.
These parts are identified as 70mm with a 7/16-24 inlet port. The part numbers ending in 1 like these were sold through Ford. Part numbers ending in 2 have a different lining and were sold to anyone else.
The fourth digit from the right is either an 8 (left front & right rear) or 9 (right front & left rear) indicating one side or the other. Which side a caliper assembly is used on depends on which axle it is mounted on. For Inner wheel bearing seal --> A 1205U2491 & for Caliper brake pads --> KIT D769AM (axle set of pads) all by Arvin Meritor. Aftermarket pads & seal may be available. Most Alpines using Quadraulic brakes use an oil bath lube for front wheel ends, with a Stemco seal cover constituting the “outer” seal. If using greased bearings instead of oil bath, a correct seal# is needed.
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Old 10-27-2020, 05:39 PM   #7
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Old 10-27-2020, 07:29 PM   #8
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See post #6.
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The number should be cast into the original caliper casting.
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My experience is that it is best to get the numbers off the parts you have before ordering any new parts. The calipers have numbers cast into the sides. You can see these numbers without removing the wheels. Where I had trouble was with brake disc. The first set were 3/8" in diameter too big. I took one of the old ones back to NAPA and they cross matched the number on it to get me new disc.

FWIW, The parts on my 2001 coach were the same as International built school busses. This is a photo of one of my calipers. Again, my coach is a 2001. Your coach should have different parts.

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What Andy said-- for example, the caliper brand on my 2003 is Dayton...I have heard of at least two other brands of calipers on Alpines...by 2005, I believe the calipers used on Alpines were the same model so different brands may all be compatible or maybe not ….
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Calipers

Thanks all who posted! We have a caliper and pads on there way. How them from brake and clutch in Sacramento. Thanks to Mike Flynn
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Mike Fleming helped me find the right shop who had the part!
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I have read this post and to am in need of a RH rear Caliper for my 2005 Western Alpine 36 FDDS.
I had a brake line rust and leak fluid. We were able to find the line and the installation went OK until we went to bleed the brakes. One of the bleeding valves on the caliper broke off. We did get the brakes bled by way of where the line attaches but they are still very mushy.
I made a note of your part number for the caliper but wondering where to purchase one and is it safe to assume that all the 2005 Western Alpine 36' used the same caliper?
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