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Cleveland Brake parts

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I have two favorite used discs p/n 164-01501. I can't recall what these came off of. I think a newer Cessna 182. But they fit a lot of planes. I believe these came off as I was installing a tundra setup but I can't recall for sure. They have been in my extra parts stash for along time. I measured both and are still within limits. See pics. They sell new for $175 each. I'd take $50 for the pair.

I also have two caliper mounting brackets or "torque plates" as they are called. I'm not positive on part number but believe they are 075-01500. These also for many planes and applications. They sell new for $253 each. I'd take $100 for the pair.

Buy the discs and the Tq plates and I'll take $125 with free shipping in lower 48. IMG_4943.jpg IMG_4935.jpg IMG_4936.jpg IMG_4937.jpg IMG_4938.jpg IMG_4939.jpg IMG_4940.jpg IMG_4944.jpg IMG_4945.jpg IMG_4932.jpg View attachment 1 IMG_4952.jpg
 

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