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Old 09 April 2012, 07:07   #1
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Spare Alko brake drum.

Hi all, I'm heading up to loch Fyne in June and was looking for an old brake drum that i could use as a spare incase one of the bearing fail on the way up. It needs to be type 2051 with the one shot nut. Obviously i'm not looking for a fee ride, nor do i want to pay 120 for a new one.

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Old 09 April 2012, 07:24   #2
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I'll have one somewhere, I'll have a rummage, what capacity is the Axle....
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Thanks Rogue wave, i'm hoping this picture may shed some Light. Its a twin axle 1550kg per axle i think. apologies if this pictures doesn't show.
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don't forget to get your pcd measurement up on here too - you don't want the right drum, but for it not to fit your wheel, especially if you only find out at the side of the road!

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Thanks Trailer guy, will get that measured tomorrow. Don't suppose you have any spare alko drums floating around?

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Hi Paul

Wouldn't surprise me, though I did bin a few recently (not what you want to hear, I'm sure!). Let me and Rogue Wave know what the PCD is and we'll see if one of us can help!

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Old 12 April 2012, 02:10   #7
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I have two brand new ones .
I had to buy them as i needed the bearings quick.
they have no bearing fitted now which were the largest alko do.
they have five stud holes compared to four on my original ones hence I didnt use them.
they were for a single axle trailer for a boat weighing 1200 kgs
hope this info helps
if any good i can measure them
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forgot to mention i also have the two brand new stub axles with nuts that the hubs fix to
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Thank you all for taking the time to reply, much appreciated. The PCD measurement is 112m and its a 5 stud drum.

Treemendos- The drums you have there would be ideal but unfortunately the stub axles i have take the smaller sealed for life bearing, think the diameter is about 62mm?

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the stub axles can be removed by just removing the large nut and swoping the whole axle over.
then my drums will obviously fit.
you will need new bearings
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