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Brake Shoe Set 9" (per axle)
Fits 52-66 CJ-3B, 5, M38A1

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Brake Shoe Set 9" (per axle)
Fits 52-66 CJ-3B, 5, M38A1
New Replacement Brake Shoe Set for 9" x 1 3/4" brakes. (1 set required per axle)

Replace your worn out greasy shoes with complete axle sets. Comes complete with primary and secondary shoe sets just like original for 2 wheels. No core required.

Fits:
53-64 CJ-3B
55-66 CJ-5
52-66 M38A1
Item # Price
807376
$39.99

Availability: In stock

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Questions: 1959 jeep cj5 are the longer shoes supposed to be two the rear and short to the front? That is the the way my old ones are now
Question By: Dwight on Apr 12 2020 4:20 PM
The longer shoe, known as the primary show, goes towards the front. Thanks
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Apr 13 2020 4:07 AM
Questions: I need help IDing my Brakes whether they are 9 or 10 in. I have a Tuxedo Park Mark IV I believe it is 1965. The Interior Diameter of the Brake Drums are 9 3/4" and the numbers stamped into the drum are 10 25648 & 352 95R. The serial number of the vehicle is 8322/13285. Thanks
Question By: Micah Reynolds on Apr 11 2020 8:16 PM
Measure inside machine surface to inside machine surface on the drum. You can also email mike@kaiserwillys.com your brake set up and we can help out. Thanks!
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Apr 13 2020 6:48 AM
Questions: I own a 1948 CJ2A. Recent purchase. I'm planning to redo all the brakes. but found the rear brakes are different and look like its off a CJ3B. my question is, can that be done safely? can I convert that axle back to CJ2A?
Question By: Aime on Apr 1 2020 10:21 AM
Please email mike@kaiserwllys.com a picture of your backing plate and I can ID for sure. But we would just need to swap out your backing plates which we have and can get you everything else. Happy to help.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Apr 1 2020 5:47 AM
Questions: on a 66 CJ5A rear brakes, do the short shoes go toward the front or rear of jeep?
Question By: Brian Robertson on Feb 4 2017 1:17 AM
Typically the primary goes towards the front.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Feb 6 2017 5:45 AM
Questions: Are the liners seperate from the brake shoe and if so how do you attach the liner to the shoe?
Question By: David Rushing on Dec 4 2016 1:20 AM
These are all attached together. They are a complete set of shoes ready for install. Originally they used rivets.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Dec 5 2016 5:41 AM
Questions: when i release the break pedal rear wheel of one side still locking up and breaks shoes was not return back,therefore wheel remain jammed why please give the solution of that
Question By: faraz on Aug 24 2013 12:00 AM
You are going to need to take your wheel off and inspect. It is most likely a broken spring or misadjusted ecentric. Sounds like you need a brake job.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Aug 26 2013 12:00 AM
Questions: 59 CJ 5 Are front shoes available with a higher coefficient of friction. The 9 x 1 3/4 polish up, and even with both feet on the pedal, it will not stop going downhill. It has new drums. Thanks, Bud
Question By: Anonymous on Jul 15 2013 12:00 AM
Sounds more like your brake shoe adjusting eccentrics need to be adjusted. Once all the brakes are set up properly and adjusted this shouldnt happen.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jul 15 2013 12:00 AM
Questions: 64 tux park, (CJ 5A?) The O'Riley guy said 10 rear & 9 front. I just bought the jeep & haven't pulled the wheels yet, is this correct?
Question By: Anonymous on Mar 5 2012 12:00 AM
They are wrong. They used the same brakes front and rear on all Jeeps. It is best if you measure to make sure you get the right parts.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Mar 6 2012 12:00 AM
Questions: On a 1963 CJ5, does the short pad shoe go on the forward or rear side of the brake assembly?
Question By: Anonymous on Dec 3 2011 12:00 AM
The primary (longer one) goes towards the front.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Dec 5 2011 12:00 AM
Questions: is there ajustment for these shoes
Question By: Anonymous on Oct 17 2011 12:00 AM
Yes these were originally manually adjusting brake backing plates.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Oct 17 2011 12:00 AM
There is an eccentric adjuster with a lock nut around it on the backing plate. You may be used to the star adjuster beneath the rubber plug as used on later years, This is a different set up. Serves the same purpose and is easier to use in my opinion than the star wheel if not rusted. Periodic adjustment is required as they shoes wear unlike the star wheel type that had the auto adjusters, or disc brakes that don't require any adjustment.
Answer By: Dale on Nov 28 2018 4:45 PM
Questions: Will one set contain 4 shoes or just 2?
Question By: Anonymous on Jan 1 2011 12:00 AM
This is for 4 (an axle's worth)
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jan 3 2011 12:00 AM