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Old 10-29-2020, 12:20 PM   #1
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Brake Parts # for 2015 Pinnacle

I just purchased a 2015 Jayco Pinnacle 36RSQS. Being new to the Jayco and this forum, I wanted to get some experienced advise from Jayco owners. I want to replace the brakes on this this. It has Dexter 7000# axles and wondered if any of you know the part numbers for brake assemblies. I'm looking at the one piece Dexter assembly. Not sure if the Dexter K23-464-00 LH and K23-465-00 RH assemblies would fit. Thank you, in advance, for your responses!
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Try going to the Dexter website. There is a lot of good information there including manuals/technical information you can download. This link will get you a start in the product info: https://www.dexteraxle.com/products
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It appears the numbers you listed are correct for the 12", 7K, Nev-R-adjust brake assemblies.
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I think the 4 brake assemblies and 4 seals were $504. They were Dexter units, nev-er-just or something like that! We have Lippert axles and the Dexter assemblies were exactly the same. Repacked bearings and replaced seals.

Part # off the Dexter box: K23-464-00
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Do yourself a HUGE favor and trash those lame drum brakes and upgrade to disc brakes. Much easier to change when you have to, no having to "adjust" them, and WAY better stopping power.
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Take Lake Huron's recommendation, it will cost more. Think of the last time you did a panic stop at highway speed and said wow lucky we stopped but weren't sure you would, that feeling will go away with disc brakes. Dexter and others sell nice conversion kits. When my OE brakes wear out I'm converting to disc.
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