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Old 02-24-2012, 02:20 AM
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brake problem F53 chassis

Hi @ all,

Im a new member and I would like to post a question:
I own a 1999 Pace Arrow motorhome by Fleetwood, 35ft, Ford Triton V10 6.8lfficeffice" />>>
VIN: 3FCNF53S2XJA32486>>
Im living in germany and the motorhome is just for vacations in the USA. >>
Now I need new brake pads and brake rotor (or disk) for the right rear side. >>
The wheel has 8 bolts.>>
I contacted Ford and they gave me this numbers:>>
The part numbers you need are 8u9z-2001-c for the rear pads and>>
f81z-2c026-aa for the rear rotor.
But I contacted another dealer and he gave me for the rotor the number:
6u9z-2c026-a.
In the meantime I contacted different dealers and some said 6u9z-2c026-a and some said f81z-2c026-aa.
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I found a picture in the internet that shows 10 holes in this rotor, but my wheel has only 8 bolts.>>
Is there something between the wheel and the brake disc? Is there a hub between? I cant look at my motorhome, because it is in the USA and I found no picture that shows me the contruction from the brake and axle.>>
I know german car breaks but no american motorhome breaks
Could anybody figure out which rotor is the right one?
I would like to buy the spareparts I need and repair the breaks by myself when Im back in the USA.
Thanks a lot
Joe
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Old 02-25-2012, 01:31 AM
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The part numbers you need are 8u9z-2001-c for the rear pads and>>
f81z-2c026-aa for the rear rotor.
But I contacted another dealer and he gave me for the rotor the number:
6u9z-2c026-a.

Can anybody help me? Im really confused
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DO you have single or dual rear wheels?
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DO you have single or dual rear wheels?
Hi, Ive dual rear wheels
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Hi @ all,

Im a new member and I would like to post a question:
........I found a picture in the internet that shows 10 holes in this rotor, but my wheel has only 8 bolts.>>[/SIZE][/B]
[B][SIZE=2]Is there something between the wheel and the brake disc? Is there a hub between? ......
Yes. the holes you see in the rotor are not the holes for the studs that hold the wheel on.
THere is a hub that has both the hole for the rotor and the studs for the wheels.
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O yes, thank you! I found a video at youtube where I could see that.

Do you have any idea how I can figure out which part number is the right one?
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Brake problem with F53 chassis / 1999 Pace Arrow Motorhome.

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The part numbers you need are 8U9Z-2001-C for the rear pads and F81Z-2C026-AA for the rear rotor.

But I contacted another dealer and he gave me for the rotor the number: 6U9Z-2C026-A
8U9Z-2001-C (replaced F81Z-2001-CA) = 1999/2002 F53 Stripped Chassis / 1999/2002 F450/550.

MSRP: $83.30 // FTE sponsor tousleyfordparts.com price: $54.98.
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F81Z-2C026-AA = 1999/2002 F53 Stripped Chassis / 1999/2002 F450/550.

MSRP: $149.97 // FTE sponsor tousleyfordparts.com price: $98.98.
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Note: I do not have a Ford truck parts catalog after 2002, the following info came from Tousley's website:

6U9Z-2C026-A (replaced: 1C3Z-2C026-AA) is not listed for an F53, is not listed for anything prior to 2003.

Type (edit) part number 6U9Z-2C026-A into Tousley's website to see all its applications.

Once you've signed on...click on HOME, then type the part number into the box, notice there are 5 pages of applications.

For further assistance, contact Tousley Ford, located in White Bear Lake MN

Edit: There are no applications listed for F81Z-2C026-AA
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Thank you, NumberDummy. I wrote an email to you!
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Thank you, NumberDummy. I wrote an email to you!
Yes, thank you, I received it...see edited post #8.
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