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Where to get the brakeparts? Stefan 10-26-08  
I live in Sweden and have a Winnebago Elandan 1989.
I have to get new brakeshoes and ewerything becouse al rust up here in Sweden.
Any idea of any supplyers for this things that ship overseas?
/ Stefan
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? Stefan 10-26-08  
Yes sorry wrong word, Ofcourse I mean disck brake pads and some replace brake piston and rubber sealings
(there are probarbly some other word for that )
Thank you Stefan
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? rich 10-26-08  
Don't you mean Disc brake pads? for it-
rich in Virginia
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? rich 10-26-08  
Different length Motorhomes might have different calipers due to weight and the Flex hoses can go bad causing the calipers to (appear stuck) also Is yours a Chevrolet- or ford engine another difference.
Bendix part# for the Pads--if you have single Piston Caliper = MKD149
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? Stefan 10-27-08  
Thank you for your answer!
I´ve got a chevrolet chassie. But someone has taken out the 454 that was there originally. So I have now put in a Mercedes truck engine whit manual gearbox. And here come another problem how to get a handbrake there?! the original sitts on the 700 automatic gearbox and then on the axel to the rear axel. Any idea how to get some other axelbrake that might fit?
The motorhome are on 10 meters
(33 feet?).
Thank for your answer!
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? Stefan 10-28-08  
Thank you Rich!
My mail is
Please send al ideas you have on a handbrake.
Thank you Stefan
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? rich 10-27-08  
You mean the (drive shaft brake system) since you have disk brakes on all four---a drive shaft brake is the only way I know of--the drive shaft brake system before (Auto-Park) had a manual handle operated or Foot pedal to operate the shaft brake--some parts are still available---
i'll try and post a web site---not all parts will be exact fit--since these are for trucks and (bread truck) style vehicles-
look thru web site
i will send you a e-mail if i can
Re: Where to get the brakeparts? everett gray 5-30-09  
I need an o-ring that goes between the master cylinder and the resivior
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