Haldex slack adjusters, can I find them w/o going to dealership?

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  1. nikmirbre

    nikmirbre Road Train Member

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    Oh yea your right I believe the part number actually starts with 400 or 409. But all im finding online is 20221 not 22021. Yeah I found a number online and of course no one is there on the weekend(which I don't need right now anyway, just looking to replace before it gets cold). I found a guide on the Haldex website and still didn't come up with anything
     
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    I see my mistake now...lol
     
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    @spsauerland.... is that 2340 the number for the brake drums? AND THANK YOU VERY MUCH!! And the way I read that is... I can get either 40020231 OR 409-20019 slack adjusters correct?
     
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    Pretty sure all you can get is the kit #, OEM # is only for factory build. The kit will have hardware with it. That number is the BOM (build of materials). I opened it in this screen shot so see original drum P/N. Screenshot_20210919-153424.png
    I wouldn't buy that overpriced drum myself. Brake shoes are FMSI 4709 ESII.
     
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    Can you give me the number for the slack adjuster for steer axle?
     
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    Set up an account at your local dealer. Be nice to the sales guy. Ask to get similar pricing to swift owner op or landstar. Some stealerships suck, some don't
     
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    Yeah I went to my local KW.....it didn't happen....
     
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    40020225. Kinda surprised a 6", but has 16.5x 5 steer brakes.
     
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