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Old 10-07-2020, 10:50 AM   #1
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Brake drum and shoes

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Search for my Monaco Windsor 2000 vin # 1Rf12041XY2008519 / Roadmaster chassis Model R-3300 08/99



Looking for 2 brake drums and brake shoes in the back and maybe mechanical brake parts.



Could you help me?

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Hi Rvowner; There will be a plate on the rear end that identifies that axle. Should be able to see it if you look from the rear forward. Do you have the Recreational Vehicle Data Sheet in your big Monaco Box that came with the coach? On that sheet are all the items that the coach was built with. I have an 01 Windsor so guessing it will be about the same as your 2000. Here is the info from my Data Sheet. Rear Axle Make/ Eaton/19060S. Ratio/4.30.

Any heavy duty truck shop parts department should be able to help you. Check the web for the one closest to you for help. If you need parts/ brakes for the front axle there is a tag on the front axle with info also. My Data Sheet shows the info for the front axle as, Eaton/E-12001. Hope some of this info helps!
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Thank you 8.3oilburner, I'll see if I can find it tomorrow, I'll give you the news.
I can do something with that Tks.
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Old 10-07-2020, 04:36 PM   #4
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Unfortunately the "axle model" alone is not enough to get the correct brake parts.

If you go to the Spicer/Dana website and enter your axle model you will not get any info on the brake setup used. What you need is the "Wheel End" model/part number.

The Axle manufacturer only provides the differential and housing out to the spindles (or axle hubs) but the actual brake assemblies can vary - the chassis builder then specifies the type of brake to use (air, hydraulic, disc brakes or drum brake, etc.). Those "brake assemblies" come from Bendix and similar suppliers.

So you need the tag off the brake spider or caliper, or some measurements such as drum diameter, lining width and such - and then a parts guy will probably be able to help. If you had a semi-truck or mass produced truck there would be parts listed by year-make-model, but there are usually not any listings for Monaco or Beaver or Country Coach (etc.) or any of the other Coaches because the production volume was too low (as compared to Kenworth, Peterbilt, GMC, Ford, etc).

There should be part numbers (a tag) on the brake assembly but you have to pull the wheel to see them.
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Hi MIke; Thanks for providing that info as I realized later that the axle is only part of the equation. My next thought would have been drum diameter and shoe size, but you need to do some removing to get that info along with what you mentioned. Thanks!
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Old 10-08-2020, 09:48 AM   #6
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Thanks to everyone who replied so quickly.I'll wait until monday because I have an appointment in the workshop, they may find signs or numbers, because the weather here is bad so I don't lie under the RV. But find it sad that you can't find anyone on the net but you can find a lot for truck brakes. Hope I find one at IRV2 who has renewed his brakes. In any case, IRV2 is great, see you soon.
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I think you will have the Bendix "EB" series brakes (or "ES", which is the same as the EB just a different lining profile). This was a commonly used brake setup before the air-disc brakes came into use.
Once you pull off a wheel you will be able to tell.

Download the Bendix EB & ES Service manual (publication BW7258).
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