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Posted By Kim Monday, January 24, 2011 3:56 AM
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Does anyone know what steer axle this is ? cant find any Id-tag.





The numbers i found on the Beam is : J31 (2) Nc L 5342

                                                         25      84     8115     1

and on the Hubs i found the numbers : CR 1703

Im also looking for new Service brake chambers and some kind of Service kit for the Brakes With new Springs and rollers. No new brake shoes needed.....

And where would you Recommend me to buy these Parts ?

the Brake chambers had the numbers:  Midland T20    n 36220 AC 02 84

Does t20 mean  Type 20 ???  

Thanks from Sweden!!   :)

 //   kim
Daryl Gushee
 Posted Monday, January 24, 2011 2:19 PM
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I can't help you ID the axle but t20 does mean it is a 20 square inch chamber brake can. You can change just the diaphram and there is no danger on a regular service chamber of taking your head off when you remove the outer clamp.
The CR1703 on the hub is most likely a Chicago Rawhide hub cap. part #1703
If you go to most any heavy duty truck dealer or parts dealer the parts should be available. Take the springs and rollers with you to match up a kit that will work. I would take the shoes also just to make sure you get the right spring kit.
I'm not sure if the European truck dealers stock the same stuff as American dealers but they will sure be able to get them for you. Brake parts are all pretty generic.


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Good advice.

glenn akers
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Just a guess,,,,,25   84, and 02  84, are production dates,,,,,

I''m an expert now, I didn''t have anything left over this time.
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Thanks guys !.... now i just have to find the parts. hopefully my dealer will be able to order these parts,

otherwise ill have to order from an american dealer. Any good suggestions of dealers with reasonable prices ?

// Kim
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Hi Kim, Lots of us US hobby truck owners in Europe use New Hampshire Peterbilt, Doug Hatch is the Parts manager. If you have trouble finding them on the web PM me. Mark

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