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    Default 2002 GoldWing Lehman trike Monarch ll, brake shoes

    Does anyone know what brake s are used on a 2002 Lehman Monarch ll. I was told by a GoldWing dealer they use a Mustang ll rear end. But how do you know what rear brake shoes, U-joint, axle seal when you buy parts. Dealer told me they go to Auto parts store, but reluctant to tell me any more info. Thanks

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    Differential should be from 76 Ford Pinto, Bobcat- 6.75" diff. Raybestos 474R shoes. It took me hours of research to come up with part numbers for the rear end parts on my 01 Monarch II, but these 474R shoes worked. Bearings & seals for the Ford 6.75" diff should also work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Berry View Post
    Does anyone know what brake s are used on a 2002 Lehman Monarch ll. I was told by a GoldWing dealer they use a Mustang ll rear end. But how do you know what rear brake shoes, U-joint, axle seal when you buy parts. Dealer told me they go to Auto parts store, but reluctant to tell me any more info. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee H. Mann View Post
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    Thanks you Lee H.Mann. Enjoyed talking to you also. Thanks very much for your wisdom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meandave View Post
    Differential should be from 76 Ford Pinto, Bobcat- 6.75" diff. Raybestos 474R shoes. It took me hours of research to come up with part numbers for the rear end parts on my 01 Monarch II, but these 474R shoes worked. Bearings & seals for the Ford 6.75" diff should also work.

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    Thanks Meandave, for the info. I also spoke with Lee H. Man, He also gave me good info. A DEEP Thank You to you and Lee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee H. Mann View Post
    Tom Berry, Welcome to Trike Talk Forum from West Virginia, USA.

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    Lee H. Mann we talked about fork extensions. You mentioned they could be bought. Do you have a price, and length? Curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meandave View Post
    Differential should be from 76 Ford Pinto, Bobcat- 6.75" diff. Raybestos 474R shoes. It took me hours of research to come up with part numbers for the rear end parts on my 01 Monarch II, but these 474R shoes worked. Bearings & seals for the Ford 6.75" diff should also work.

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    Thank You for the information, very helpful. I also Talked to Lee H. Mann, he was also very helpful. Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee H. Mann View Post
    Tom Berry, Welcome to Trike Talk Forum from West Virginia, USA.

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    Thank you very much for your wisdom. Enjoyed talking to you to. I`m trying to navigate this website. I`m not to computer smart.

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