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Old 05-12-2014, 01:16 PM   #1
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Brake drums front

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i need some new front brake drums for my monaco cayman 36pdq 2007 ,
iam in the uk so need some help with make , and all the sizes so i can get some in the uk thanks
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I hesitate to ask, and I know everywhere you go in the UK , you're in heavy traffic , but what have you been doing and how many miles have you gone that you need brake drums. 150,000 miles would be the mileage we expect to get on a rig here, for a brake job.

Can you post your Chassis manufacturer and front axle weight rating , might make a difference in the part numbers.

One of these sites may help.
https://www.RVChassisparts.com:8443/...is/runApp?id=5
http://www.Anythingtruck.com
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hi thanks for that
when braking going down hills the brakes are vibrating come of the brakes and all fine
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hi thanks for that
when braking going down hills the brakes are vibrating come of the brakes and all fine
How many miles has it been doing this ? Many times water will pool in the drum and rust, takes time but after some miles of braking the rust is worn off and things go back to normal.
Warping those drums takes a lot of heat, did you smoke the brakes very badly?

Plus once you see the price for those drums, you may decide to wait and see if it goes away; or look into turning the drums to true them up.
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There is usually enough metal on the drums to have the turned. I had mine done at 120K miles. Good for another 100K miles.
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