1 Tow Craft shoe and lining kit no. 1104-100-002 that replaces Kelsey Hayes part no. 56210. This kit fits Kelsey-Hayes 12"x2" electric brakes and contains 1 shoe & lining (primary), 1 shoe & lining (secondary). Installation instructions are printed on the box.
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