ArvinMeritor Rebuilds Brake Shoes with Care

Nov. 1, 2001
ArvinMeritor provides Meritor remanufactured brake shoes and kits supplied to original equipment tolerances. The company produces more than 300 remanufactured

ArvinMeritor provides Meritor remanufactured brake shoes and kits supplied to original equipment tolerances.

The company produces more than 300 remanufactured shoes and 250 remanufactured kits that cover nearly 90 brake types and sizes. Twelve separate Meritor friction materials are available for heavy-duty brake application.

Trained assembly technicians inspect the core for excessive wear. Cores are rejected for corroded tables, deformed web, elongated anchor pin holes or slots, elongated rivet holes, broken welds, bent tables, or flattened roller slots. After the initial inspection, the shoes are put through a remanufacturing process including: washing, delining, shot blasting, relining, riveting, and a final quality inspection before being shipped.

For full details, contact ArvinMeritor, 2135 W Maple Rd, Troy MI 48084-7186.

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