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Needing Brakes, Hubs, Bearings and Seals for a set of AL-KO Axles with 10 X 2-1/4 Inch Brakes  

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I have found some but not all of these parts on your site. These numbers came from AL-KO for the U29 3000lb torsion axle on my 2010 Aliner trailer. Do you have cross references for the numbers that are not coming up? Thanks, 023-026-00 LH BRAKE 023-027-00 RH BRAKE 008-476-05 BRAKE DRUM 010-019-00 SEAL 031-031-02 BEARING 031-033-02 BEARING The brakes are stamped as 10x 2.25.

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The brake assemblies that I recommend to replace your AL-KO brakes are # AKEBRK-35R and # AKEBRK-35L. Theses are the brake assemblies for both the left and right sides of the axle.

I like these brake assemblies over the others we carry for two reasons, the shoe pads are machined rather than clipped and the magnets on theses brakes are thicker. The machined shoe pad will wear better and are sturdier than the clipped end shoe pad. The thicker magnet will wear better and in turn last longer than the other brands we carry.

The drums I recommend are the # AKHD-545-35-K 10 inch Trailer Brake Drums. The Drums will include bearings and seals.

You will want make sure that the inside diameter of your bearings match the ones in the kit. All the information that I read says these are the correct drums and bearings, but it does not hurt to double check. The bearing dimensions are listed on the drum product page. I also have attached a picture that will show other measurements that can help you determine if these bearings will fit your axle spindle.

I also recommend the LubriMatic Bearing Packer, # L70025, # L30200 grease gun, and # L11465 tube of wheel bearing grease. to help pack your bearings before installation.

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