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Aristocrat Lo-Liner brakes Raimond 11-15-02  
I broke a brake drum on a 1968 Aristocrat Lo-Liner. The hub has 4 studs. Can anybody help me find a source for a replacement drum? Thank you in advance.
Re: Aristocrat Lo-Liner brakes mark 2-1-08  
Dexter brakes should make a replacement
for these although if you cant get a mew drun you can probably change the hub for a 5 bolt but you will have to change the wheel as well.
most spring and brake shops have a source for trailer brakes.
napa stores in the states or traction stores in canada
just take it with u note if the bearings are the same it will fit the same axle
Re: Aristocrat Lo-Liner brakes ryan evans 2-7-03  
You should be able to contact your local RV parts dealer or trailer dealer and find the replacement drum, worst case have to replace entire hub/brake assembly.

I have a 1969 Lo-Liner and can't find any literature or anything on it. Do you have any or know of a place to get some?

Ryan
Re: Aristocrat Lo-Liner Lynnda 8-17-06  
I just got a 1967 aristocrat lo-liner and we are redoing the wiring if anyone can help with the scamatic of everything please get ahold of me PLEASE.........
Re: Aristocrat Lo-Liner brakes Raimond 2-12-03  
Hello:

Thank you for the response. No, I really don't know of any source of lo-liner information. If I come across any source I will forward it on. I will get a hold of a local RV person or brake shop to see if they can help. Thanks again.
Re: Aristocrat Lo-Liner brakes William 9-1-03  
I picked up a '65 A lo-liner from my folks this year - third generation. My grandparents bought it new. On the front of it is a cable (broken) that I assume is a brake cable: and in the back of the trailer I found a box to replace it(that's my Granddad for ya!) I will post the information from the box next time I go out to it, it's in an RV storage lot.
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