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Upgrading B61SX to spring/maxi brakes on one rear axle

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I've been researching for months on this, and haven't really found anything definitive that would help me.

With the SX, I obviously have a ten wheeler. I'd like to put maxis (spring brakes) on the front rear axle. Can someone shed some light on this and/or point me in the right direction?

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thomastractorscv did a post on this March 2012 with a lot of good information if you can go back that far.

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i thought haldex made one like they put on the old dm's thougt they fit the old b's to..they look like this

http://epi.hbsna.com/products/catalog.asp?msi=0&sid=AEF36CF54F644D039C26FBF1834D24D1&dept_select=427

http://epi.hbsna.com/products/dept.asp?msi=0&sid=AEF36CF54F644D039C26FBF1834D24D1&dept_id=417&parent_id=0

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i thought haldex made one like they put on the old dm's thougt they fit the old b's to..they look like this

http://epi.hbsna.com/products/catalog.asp?msi=0&sid=AEF36CF54F644D039C26FBF1834D24D1&dept_select=427

The link shows numerous options. Any idea which one I should be looking at?

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I series type 24

click on I series then click on type 24

Edited by mrgumby

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I did it. The B61SX how has Maxibrakes. Had to use the 20 in order to make it fit.

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good deal i new one of those would work its just been a long time  and couldn't remember ...now you dont have to worry about it rollinng away...did you do just one axle or both?

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