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Old 03-06-2018, 05:41 AM   #1
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Brakes on 175LHS

Will these work on my 2015 Hideout 175LHS? I assume they will, but wanted to check to make sure before I order. Mine has the Lippert 3500# axle. I was just going to replace the magnets, but the whole assemblies are only $50.00 more. Thank's
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Old 03-06-2018, 06:34 AM   #2
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Actually if you're piecing all the parts individually it's cheaper or as cheap to buy the entire backing plate as shown & then 4-5 bolts it's ALL new.
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Old 03-06-2018, 06:47 AM   #3
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Yes, that's what I was thinking also. The magnets alone would cost me right at $40.00 for the pair. One of the videos they had said the shoes measured 2 1/4" wide. Mine measures 1 3/4". That's what was confusing me. My drum measures 2 1/4", but not the shoes.
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Don't forget to pick up some waterproof crimp connectors for the brake wiring. You can get them at NAPA for about 60 cents each. You'll need 4 per axle, so I'd pick up a few extra (for that "Oh s*** moment"
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Don't forget to pick up some waterproof crimp connectors for the brake wiring. You can get them at NAPA for about 60 cents each. You'll need 4 per axle, so I'd pick up a few extra (for that "Oh s*** moment"
Yes and believe me, I have more of those moments than I care to admit. I'll have to pull one of the drums off and check to make sure those assemblies will work. When they say 2 1/4",I wonder if they are talking drum or shoe? I'll call them to verify. On the video he says shoe.
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