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Old 02-13-2016, 02:35 PM   #1
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Source for Disc Brake Pads

I need a source for replacement disc brake pads on our 2010 Legacy 5er. I really don't want to take it to a dealership and get whacked for $300 or $400 just so some kid can stab in some pads. Does anyone have a source for these and if so, how to contact them??

Also, if I could get a PARTS MANUAL for a 2010 Jayco Legacy, that would really help. I have an owners manual, but need a parts manual.

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Old 02-13-2016, 02:45 PM   #2
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If it is a Dexter axle get the model number off it. Also there is no such animal as a parts manual that I know of. Dealers just call JAYCO with the vin# since things can change as units are produced..
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Well, without a PARTS Manual, it is kind of hard to see what brand of axle is on the camper. I'll need to pull one or more of the wheels, and and right now the camper is buried in about 10" of snow, and it is currently 16 degrees out.

If it means anything, it has a Moryde rubber suspension on it, which is a POS in my opinion. The rubber is all ripped loose and it is going to need to be replaced. Maybe it is also a Moryde axle, if they make them??
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You could call or "email" Jayco with the vin# and ask.
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Old 02-13-2016, 03:19 PM   #5
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I'd suggest crawling under the trailer and looking for a brand name on the axles. If it's Dexter, there is a model number on the axle. If you contact Dexter with the model number, they will tell you the part numbers you need.
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Here try this link
https://www.bing.com/images/search?q...sion&FORM=IGRE
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The owners manual does list the mfg of the different components in your RV
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Finally got some decent weather today. So, I crawled under the camper and got the codes off the axle. It was a Dexter setup. Found the replacement disc pads on Dexter site, then searched for a source online. Found them for $109 per axle, about half Dexters list price. Will order today.


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