10cwt van rear brake shoes

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by trigger » Wed Feb 07, 2018 11:38 pm

The ones I fitted to my 575 were TRW GS6067.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre ... 2414008651

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by paul » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:38 pm

now i'm really confused!

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by mickthefitter » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:50 pm

As usual I know nothing, but you could try phoning this guy up. He's got a lot of cross-referencing catalogues.

https://www.carparts-direct.co.uk/fitta ... older-cars

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by david painter » Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:07 pm

Below are all the TRW cross reference numbers part numbers for GS6067. I have checked Chris's original part number of GBS 610, in my Genuine BL Morris marina catalogue and agree that is correct. In a earlier post I listed the Delphi Cross reference with applications, picture and dimensions to check against your original shoes, fitted to your van. In short any of the part numbers listed below should fit your van.
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Brake Shoe Set - TRW GS6067

Manufacturer Restriction: TRW
Inspection Tag: E9 90R 01713/002
Diameter [mm]: 229
Width [mm]: 45

Replaces following reference(s):
AUSTIN: GBS610
AUSTIN: GBS651
AUSTIN: GBS800
TRIUMPH: TKC294
VAUXHALL: 9968570
RELIANT: RTGBS6067
TVR: TKC294
JENSEN: 9968570
LAND ROVER: 518
LAND ROVER: 800
LAND ROVER: 778
LAND ROVER: 507
LAND ROVER: 653
QUINTON HAZELL: BS512
FERODO: FSB345
MINTEX: MGR27
DELPHI: LS1037
NK: 2740015
REMSA: 460400
QH Benelux: 1005
LAND/RANGERO: 800
LAND/RANGERO: 778
LAND/RANGERO: 507
LAND/RANGERO: 653
LAND/RANGERO: 518
APEC braking: SHU202
GIRLING: 5160671
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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by MarinaCoupe » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:06 pm

Hi Paul,

Every manufacturer has their own part number list, so no two are the same, also over the years a manufacturer will renumber their parts list, so and old (usually lower number) will be updated, particularly if they use an old part on a new car.

This is how all the part numbers that David has listed all point to the same part.

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by david painter » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:19 am

Also most car makers have two suppliers for many bought in parts. This is so in the case of outside supply difficulties the production line does not get stopped. Car makers don't make a lot either in the case of brakes BL at the time would and given a specification of brakes they required. At the time the two major UK players were Lockeed now Dephi and Girling now TRW, this also contributes to part number change. As does lining material composition like the removal of asbestos for instance. In the case of Unipart GBS was the prefix for Brake Shoes and AF was added to the end to denote Asbestos free. The other thing car makers are good at is re part numbering parts so say a brake pad is used on an Marina, the same pad may be used somewhere else in the range say possibly a Jaguar.It would have two different prices and the Jaguar owner, would be paying a lot more money for the same part!!
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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by MarinaCoupe » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:24 am

Good point David,

For parts on my Stag, if you say it’s for a Stag it’s usually about half as much again than the same part on a Triumph 2000, Dolomite, TR7 or various Rover parts.

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by mickthefitter » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:39 pm

When I worked in the electric cable industry in the 80s and 90s we used to have a cable winding machine, German made I think, that used car brake pads on a disc brake system that slowed down the take-up drum. We used to have a spare set of brake pads in the spares cupboard. It's a long time ago now but I think the car application on the box was Jensen Interceptor!

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by paul » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:02 pm

thank you everyone, all is very much appreciated. I think the most likely candidate is the TWR GS6067, which, as it's actually available, i think might be my best shot. with the suspect rear brakes possibly coming up in the next MOT, in May, we shall see if it's correct.
Yes, i know mine van will be MOT exempt from May on, but as i use as daily transport, plus the Cornish air is most unkind n the bodywork, i am going to keep doing the MOT on safety grounds alone.
thanks again everyone for your help

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Re: 10cwt van rear brake shoes

Post by Morris McKinnon » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:21 pm

Are there any places that still do brake relining? That could be an option.

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