Rapco
RA 66-106-4K

Rapco Organic Brake Lining Kit, Set of 4, Replacements for Cessna, Piper, from Rapco, ra-66-106-4k

Rapco Organic Brake Lining Kit, Set of 4, Replaces: Cessna, Piper

$31.50
Item Qualifies for Free Ground Freight (48 States) on Orders Over $350

Rapco Organic Brake Lining Kit, Set of 4, Replaces: Cessna, Piper

Includes: 4 Linings & 12 Rivets

Replaces: Cleveland PN. 066-10600, Old PN. 66-106, 066-0200, 66-2, 066-0300, 66-3, 66-56, 66-57, Airborne PN. 310, 311 & Piper PN. 752-308, 752-309 & Cleveland PN. 105-00200 rivets
Minimum Wear Thickness: 0.100”
FAA/PMA Approved

Organic linings are actually made from a semi metallic mix. RAPCO combines brass, copper and Kevlar fibers with a high temperature binding compound to provides outstanding performance and long service life. Most RAPCO part numbers come with a built in wear indicator, reducing the risk of damage to the brake disc and helping to optimize lining life as well.

Organic lining kits contain the proper number of linings and rivets necessary for replacement on Cleveland or McCauley brake assemblies. They are convenient to have on hand when the need for relining occurs.

SAFETY WARNING: AIRCRAFT BRAKE INSTALLATION AND USE
Excessive brake pedal pressure, especially in aircraft equipped with a tail wheel, can cause the aircraft to loose control or overturn. In addition taxing with continued brake pedal pressure can result in loss of brake function, damage to the brake assemblies or even fire. The above conditions can possibly result in death, bodily injury, or property damage.

When installing brake linings be sure to check aircraft maintenance manual for proper torque value of back plate bolts. Over torqueing can damage brake cylinders. After installing new brake linings or new brake discs the installer must confirm that the wheel assemblies rotate freely while properly jacked above the ground. If they do not turn freely the aircraft must not be returned to service until the problem has been resolved. Failure to do so can cause loss of aircraft control, reduced take off performance, or fire, possibly resulting in death, bodily injury, or property damage.