Home Install: Lippert’s Forward Self-Adjusting RV Brakes 12-Inch-LH-Forward-Self-Adjusting-Brake-Assembly_aftermarket

12-Inch-LH-Forward-Self-Adjusting-Brake-Assembly_aftermarket

The dust cover is removed, exposing the cotter pin and castle nut. The test trailer was equipped with LCI’s Super-Lube axle spindles.
Five backing-plate nuts and washers attach the brake assembly to the axle housing.
KNOW RIGHT FROM LEFT? When replacing the brakes, be sure to order two left and two right brakes. Double-check when installing them. The primary brake shoe faces the front of the trailer, and the brake ID label indicates left or right.
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