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|How To Select Electric Brakes and Brake Parts
A Few Things to Keep in Mind:
1. To determine the right or left side brake assembly, position the brake with the magnet at the bottom, on electric brakes, the actuating arm will always curve from the pivot pin to the magnet, toward the left for left hand brakes, towards the right in right hand brakes.
2. Determining the size of your brake
A. Measure the diameter of the mounted brake shoe
B. Measure the width of the lining
2. Determining the manufacturer of your brake
A. Select the brake you have by looking at the key identification points shown in the drawing.
B. Check the electric brake chart for your brake and the part you need. Further identification may be made by referring to the exploded drawings and magnet photos of each brake we service.
3. Select the part you need. Though many parts are shown, we carry only the replacement parts numbered. The words "Parts Only" indicate that the part is not depicted on the exploded drawings.
|2000 lb. 7" x 1 1/4" Dexter $25.00
3500 lb. 10" x 2 1/4" Hayes, Fayette, Dexter $25.00
6000 lb. 12" x 2" Dexter $35.00
|3500 lb. $65.00
5200/6000 lb. $75.00
10,000 lb. $375.00
|3500 lb. $12.00
6000 lb. $16.00