Brake Shoe & Repair Kit-America Type
Drum Brakes Classification:Brake Shoe
Main Market:Eastern Europe
|Model NO.||4515Q||Product Name||Brake Shoe with OEM Standard for America Market|
|Part No||4515Q||OE No||4551t|
|Main Market||South America, North America, Central America||Application||Meritor"P"|
||Neatural Packing / Color Box
||Neutral Packing or Color Box
Main Products from LONGWAY:
1.Manual and automatic slack adjusters, all types
2.Air brake chambers, all types
3.Brake shoes, brake linings and brake shoe hardware kits
4.S-camshaft and s-camshaft hardware kits
5.Air brake line and air brake hoses
6.Air brake valves
8.Glad hand / Palm coupling
Our mechanic will first check the brake shoes for any contamination and measure their thickness
If the shoe turns out to be faulty, it will be removed
New brake shoes will be installed at both the rear wheels
The brakes will be adjusted
The mechanic will inspect other components like brake drums, brake cylinders, springs, emergency brake cables and so on to ensure all components are working fine
They will lubricate the backing plate
There is no single about when should replace trailer brakes, definitive point where you must install new brakes in your trailer.
Instead, mechanics and brake manufacturers alike suggest keeping track of certain variables to help inform the general condition of your brakes. These variables, such as your trailer’s weight, towing frequency, distances traveled, towing terrain and even driving style will all affect trailer brake replacement schedules.
However, there are a few milestones to consider when maintaining the quality and integrity of your trailer’s brakes — as well as recommendations straight from your brake’s manual — and ensuring the safety of your tow.
1. At 200 Miles for Manually Adjusted Brakes
It’s recommended that brand new, fresh-out-the-dealership trailers see their brakes inspected and adjusted near the 200-mile mark.
Around 200 miles is the time when brake shoes and drums, two central components of the brake’s inner assembly, will have “seated.” Properly seated shoes and drums interact with your braking system’s electromagnet and core brake controller. Together, these pieces ultimately trigger the friction that stops your trailer every time you press down on the brake in the driver’s seat.
Without properly seated shoes and drums, the braking process will be slow, inefficient or — worst-case scenario — even dangerous.
After a 200-mile brake inspection, trailer brakes can generally be reviewed roughly once a year, during annual licensing inspections or as much as your trailer towing frequency requires.
2. At 12,000 Miles
In addition to annual brake system inspections, wheel bearings should be lubricated roughly every 12,000 miles. For regularly towed heavy-duty travel trailers and fifth-wheel RVs that see many miles on the road, those schedules could be more often.
Note, though, that greasing or “packing” bearings is not the same as replacing bearings. However, the two are similar processes in that accessing the inner and outer bearings will require comparable steps to all-out installing new brakes.
3. When Your Manual Recommends
Check the brake recommendations stated in your trailer owner’s manual or produced by your axle manufacturer. That manual should also explain the generalized, step-by-step instructions for how to install and replace your model’s specific brake components, adjust shoe seating and properly pack your bearings.
4. When Brake Performance Generally Suffers
Apply common sense when it comes to maintaining and replacing your trailer brakes. If you notice noisy wheel bearings, odd brake lags or differences in braking pressures, it’s time to inspect components. If adjusting brake shoes still doesn’t cut it, you could be due for a system replacement.
And inspect the car’s safety and test drive it to ensure proper operations.
The high-quality products of Hangzhou Longway Machinery mainly include Manual & automatic slack adjusters for European, American, Japanese, and South Korean market; Brake s-camshafts and repair kits; Spring brake chambers; Brake shoe assemblies and repair kits; Brake Shoe with OEM Standard; Air brake valves; Quick release valve assemblies; Quick couplings assemblies; High-strength bolts and nuts, holders nylon washer chains, etc, nearly one thousand sorts and more than a dozen of series.Longway Machinery is one of the leading Brake chamber, Automatic slack adjuster OEM, Suppliers.
Mainly apply for: BPW, Volvo, YORK, SCANIA, TRAILER, ROR SAF, FREHAUF, MERCEDES, MAN, ZF, DAF, RENAUT, RABA, NEOPLAN, TEC, SMB, RVI, BENDIX, MERITOR, SPICER, EATON, UNIVERSAL, WAGNER, HENDRICKSON, DEXTER, MACK, HINO, Nissan, MITSUBISHI, ISUZU and so on. To buy Brake Shoe with OEM Standard, look for Longway Machinery, Products have been exported to more than 30 countries and regions all over the world. Service tenet:The company will adhere to “Take the good faith as the premise, quality and service as the center, achieve the win-win goal with the cooperator” more attentively to provide customers around the world with products in superior quality and services.
Q: Are you a trading company or factory?
A: We are the manufacturer with trading company independent.
Q: What's the MOQ for each item?
A: Usually the MOQ is 50pcs for each type. If a color box is requested, the MOQ is 200pcs.
Q: What about the delivery time?
A: It's about 30 to 45 days for the goods to need to be manufactured, based on your order.
Q: Do you give any guarantee to your products?
A: Basically, the lifetime of the automatic slack can reach 2 years or 200 thousand kilometers under normal use, no over loading and the road condition is good.
Add: Xishan Industrial Area, Renhe, Yuhang District, Hangzhou,China, 310006
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