Webb Wheel newsletter offers brake drum service tips

June 29, 2015

Webb Wheel’s latest OEM Newsletter features brake drum service tips and best practice. Published this month, the newsletter includes tip to get maximum service life from brake drums as well as recommendations for when they need to be removed and replaced.

The newsletter includes images and explanations of conditions that require a brake drum be taken out of service. It’s a quick reference piece for anyone responsible for servicing wheel end equipment on trucks and trailers, the company said.
Webb Wheel has been developing, manufacturing and supplying commercial vehicle wheel end components for more than six decades. 

The newsletter draws on Webb Wheel’s six decades of vehicle wheel end component expertise to offer technical advice to vehicle operators and service personnel. 

Go to  http://www.webboenewsletter.com/ to subscribe to the Webb Wheel OEM quarterly newsletter and to view all archive issues.

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