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BRAKE PARTS tires & wheels axles, hubs & springs tongue accessories hitches electrical brake parts trailer hardware locks & pins towing & loading tie downs tools chemicals TRAILER 158 | 207-942-6769 DRUM HUBS • Hubs are designed to work with hydraulic or electric drum brakes • Painted brake drum hubs for greater corrosion resistance • Drum hub only with cups and studs PART # HUB CIRCLE LR81004 124.95 5 Stud 10" LR81003 141.95 6 Stud 12" BRAKE DRUM • 5 stud on 4-1/2" • E-coated • Use with hub HSH545 • Recommended for use with 13", 14", and 15" wheels • 10" drum diameter • Inner bearing LM68149 (1-3/8"), outer bearing LM44649 (1-1/16") DISC BRAKE ROTOR • 5 stud on 4-1/2" • E-coated PART # DESCRIPTION RL91001 67.90 Brake Rotor RL91100 129.45 L.H. Disc Brake Caliper Assembly RL91102 129.45 R.H. Disc Brake Caliper Assembly PART # DESCRIPTION RL51009 148.45 Brake Drum BRAKE COMPONENT PARTS TRAILER BRAKE ADJUSTMENT** Brakes should be adjusted after the first 200 miles of operation when the brake shoes and drums have “seated” and at 3000 mile intervals, or as use and performance requires. The brakes should be adjusted in the following manner: 1. Jack up trailer and secure on adequate capacity jack stands. Follow trailer manufacturers recommendations for lifting and supporting the unit. Check that the wheel and drum rotate freely. WARNING: Do not lift or support trailer on any part of the axle or the suspension system. 2. Remove the adjusting hole cover from the adjusting slot on the bottom of the brake backing plate. 3. With a screwdriver or standard adjusting tool, rotate the starwheel of the adjuster assembly to expand the brake shoes. Adjust the brake shoes out until the pressure of the linings against the drum makes the wheel very difficult to turn. Note: With drop spindle axles, a modified adjusting tool with about an 80 degree angle should be used. 4. Then rotate the starwheel in the opposite direction until the wheel turns freely with a slight lining drag. 5. Replace the adjusting hole cover and lower the wheel to the ground. 6. Repeat the above procedure on all brakes. WARNING: Never crawl under your trailer unless it is resting on properly placed jack stands. Follow the trailer manufacturers recommendations for lifting and supporting the unit. Do not lift or place supports on any part of the suspension system. **Note: Trailer Brake Adjustment procedures courtesy Dexter Axle.