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Old 05-27-2017
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Default LX Rear Brakes with part numbers

Had a wheel seal go bad and soak the brakes so I dove in. Here is what I found with part numbers and specs.
OEM Stuff:
Hub: Webb 2653 (Available)
Drum: Webb 66828B (obsolete and no replacement or crossover)
Shoes: Spicer 4726 E2 (Available but rare)
Oil Seal: National 370003A (Available)
The brakes are Eaton ES design so any Eaton ES components will fit and operate correctly.
OEM Brake Specs:
Shoes 16.5 x 8-5/8
Drum Pilot 8.78 and 11.5 inch total depth (You can't get these!)

Oreily's has all the parts! This is a great catalog! You need to download it. To get this stuff you need part numbers from this book,
https://images.firstcallonline.com/p...ickref2011.pdf

Drum was heat cracked bad. The shoes were shot. Hub and bearings OK.

What I did:
I switched to 16.5 x 7 inch brakes (why you ask, because Oreily's had all the parts IN STOCK!(and Cheap!)


Shoes SF4709E20 $65/side
Drums KIC 60001-01 $125 ea
Seal National 370003A $42

Before you comment that 7 inch wide brakes are not as good as 8.5 inch wide brakes, I'll save you the trouble with this. Dry 7 inch brakes will stop better than oil soaked 8.5 inch brakes every time! I have a trip planned. In stock on a holiday weekend was the kicker!
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Nice post Randy. And thank you for the link to O's book.
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