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I do not know if they quit making axles all together. There have been a lot of acquisitions over the years. One company buys another etc. Sometimes it was hard to figure out what we were working on. We worked on  OEM applications and also prototype stuff.
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braketester (3/30/2019)
Eatons brake became Bendix awhile back. When they were developing their air disc brake they needed to find an axle supplier to support their design. 
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So when did Eaton stop building axles?  AFAIK they are still at it. DS404's DS 402's and 2 spds.
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Did you try running the IHC part number thru "The Parts Depot"? They are the repository of obsolete IHC parts.
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Rubbishman, I did a search on Bendix website . The number 76280 was listed but it said p/n non - saleable. So I think it is not available. Sorry I could not find anything. I ran those numbers on Google search and nothing.
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Well thanks everyone.

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Eatons brake became Bendix awhile back. When they were developing their air disc brake they needed to find an axle supplier to support their design. So Spicer / Dana joined with them to put their  ADB on their axles . The Bendix name went on the S-cam brakes. IIRC ADB are standard on front axle applications for Peterbilt. Not sure about KW. I retired from testing at the end of 2015 so I am a little out of touch.
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No joy! I went out and looked, only numbers I saw were 1550 but it has the "Rockwell" bolt pattern, where the flange is trapezoidal but the bolts are in a smaller pattern then Eaton uses, I'm fairly sure it has Rockwell 2 pin brakes, but can't tell cause it still has backing plates on it.
Eaton bolt patter has the bolts that are furthest apart farther apart then the Rockwell pattern. I have Eaton's on 2 trucks. 
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. I don't know who Eaton is now, Meritor?

Meritor is the old Rockwell.
I think Eaton is part of the group that owns Spicer and Roadranger, but still go by Eaton. May be part of Dana Holdings.
What is it off of. I have an old IHC axles, one has 2 pin brakes so I know it isn't that one, the other had a Eaton 2 spd  in it, that may have a bracket and if it what you need, it is yours for shipping. 



Here is the IH/Eaton cross, maybe you can find if there is a number on them. The correct one on the truck ( I forgot which side now) is how I located the #. They are Eaton single pin foundations. I guess they busted one bracket off and just used an old Timken/Rockwell bracket for replacement. I said Bendix in the other post due to brain lapse. I will crawl under Weds and double check which side it's on.
I knew I was in trouble when some local know-it-all commented "it looks like your brakes are out of adjustment"!

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. I don't know who Eaton is now, Meritor?

Meritor is the old Rockwell.
I think Eaton is part of the group that owns Spicer and Roadranger, but still go by Eaton. May be part of Dana Holdings.
What is it off of. I have an old IHC axles, one has 2 pin brakes so I know it isn't that one, the other had a Eaton 2 spd  in it, that may have a bracket and if it what you need, it is yours for shipping. 
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Thanks, Aaron.

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