|Part Number||Description||Image No.|
|062-01500||CLEVELAND BRAKE PISTON 062-01500||Figure No. 2|
|Detailed image diagram and parts list for 30-55 brake assembly.|
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Arrived early in excellent condition and fit perfectly and operated as advertised. Thanks again for another job well done.
Perfect fit. Transferred the fittings and solved my bleeding issue.
With most pilots focused on things like speed, be it indicated, true, ground or even calibrated, often times the other side of the spectrum, stopping, is relegated to an afterthought. Ever since rolling off the runway during my ATP checkride, for which some mysterious reason earned me a pink slip, in spite of the fact that technically, other than exiting the plane in a field (saving hundreds of dollars in those pesky FBO parking fees) the landing was a huge success, Ive made it a personal commitment to firmly focus on the vital role effective dissapation of air speed plays in lining up the wheels with the white painted line at the tie down. These brake linings, while demure in size, have proven time and time again to be an integral piece of the aircraft ground controllability puzzle, and while I can vouch for more or less satisfactory results without having them installed, when its checkride day, and that FAA examiner has once again popped either a hip or knee cramming his ancient body into your equally as ancient aircraft, stack the deck in your favor by slapping a fresh pair of these fine stopping implements on either side of the round shiny metal ring connected to your wheel. Based on my own personal experience, Id even venture to say that doing so on both wheels might lead to even better results, but what do I know?
Fit my M20K mooney perfectly
Received in a timely manner, installed and works good - last a long time. Very happy with Spruce.
The Cleveland 66-105 brake pads are a bit thicker than other replacement pads. They last a long time and are very effective.
Just opened the box on the new -55 assembly and it is a nice piece of equipment. With the new axle adapter plate and anchor bolts that came with the unit, my brakes on the Cherokee are back to as good as they get.
Using genuine Cleveland replacement parts means no wasting time, trying to get things to fit, and linings that really have holding power.
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Yes, part number 66-105 will come with rivets.
The pads are 66-105. The alternatives to the Cleveland pads are Rapco and APS. The Rapco pads are RA66-105 and the APS pads are APS66-105 (Part# 07-20204). The rivets are Cleveland # 105-00200 and can be purchased under part # 05-11599, 06-00351 or 07-20100 (100 pack).