Heavy-Duty Brake Shoes

Sept. 28, 2006
OE-quality heavy-duty brake shoes feature an induction-hardened cam and anchor ends to prevent mushrooming and improve longterm durability.

For better resistance to the environment, an E-coating is used so paint is more uniformly and completely bonded to the steel. Additionally, the shoes are coined after welding to correct shoe distortion and deformation that occurs during welding.

Carlisle Motion Control Industries Inc., 4040 Lewis & Clark Dr., Charlottesville, VA 22911, (434) 975-6028, www.carlislemotion.com

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