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post #1 of 9 Old 05-04-2011, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Need to find a part

I am too drunk to do a search so I need some help finding a part. I am looking for the bracket that is on the camera side of the dust cover. The caliper bracket attaches to it. I hope that makes sense. The bolts for the shafts go through it and it's the same color as the caliper. This is a rear axle and it is the bracket that the wires are going in to.
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If it's the plate that is just above the tone ring on the rear axles with the four studs on it that is a bearing retainer plate.

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Looks like something you'll have to get from the dealer. Or a wrecked JK. Any salvage yards in your area?

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Dealer says they can't find a part number. Anthony, I think thats what I am looking for. Thanks. When are you getting back up this way? we need to go intimidate some rocks.

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Thanks for the jump start, I did a search and what I think I need is the rear brake backing plate. The retainer plate holds the axle bearing and axle shaft in, I need the the piece that the bearing retainer bolts go through before they go through the axle bracket that is welded in place. Looks like I have to buy the whole emergency brake assembly. Its the aluminum looking piece in this picture from currie
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I may have a lead for you one a broken but complete rear axle. I'll pm you later if it is available to salvage from.


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I appreciate it.

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How does one break that part? do tell..

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I didn't break it although I would like to think that I could, I am looking for the part for a friend who is putting a jk axle in a yj. He actually needs the whole assembly with shoes and everything. wholesalemoparparts has them for $76 each and Loki got me a number for a guy in Orlando who has the whole axle assembly. Thanks again for all the help

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