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Old 06-01-2023, 05:44 PM   #1
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Safari Brakes

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Has anyone had to replace the break pads on a 95 safari? Mine is a Sahara but if around the same year maybe the Information will cross over. I am having trouble finding the actual break pads. Any help would be appreciated.
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Whose chassis is underneath the coach? The chassis manufacturer is your key search term.
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A '95 Safari would be on Safari's own Magnum chassis, but the brakes are probably part of the axle assembly. I don't know whose front & rear axles Safari used.
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Magnum chassis. Thanks
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We looked in Magnum manual but will check axle assembly as well. Thx
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Should be a tag on each axle with it's model and serial number.


But most Saharas of that vintage had leaf spring suspensions and hydraulic disk brakes all around.


But, you do need to verify exactly what brakes you have, as Safari also used other chassis just before that time and yours may be on some other chassis.
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Should be a tag on each axle with it's model and serial number.


But most Saharas of that vintage had leaf spring suspensions and hydraulic disk brakes all around.


But, you do need to verify exactly what brakes you have, as Safari also used other chassis just before that time and yours may be on some other chassis.
Thank you for the information. It looks like I am going to have to take the wheels off and match the breK pads that wat
What a pain
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Thank you for the information. It looks like I am going to have to take the wheels off and match the breK pads that wat
What a pain
Do you have Drum on that or are they Calipers?
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