Mercedes-Benz Classic to produced now back to the brake devices of the type T50/24 and T50/26 for various classics of the 50s. They are available now for the series W 110, W 111 T50/24, as well as for the model series W 111 (depending on the chassis number) as well as W 112 & W 198 as a T50/26.
Braking devices, a security component
For the owners of Mercedes-Benz classics from the 50s and early 60s, the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center now offers a new edition of the braking devices of the type T50/24 and T50/26, as, for example, for the 300 SL (W 198).
The brake device itself is one of the most complex security components of historic Mercedes-Benz Automobiles and a safety-relevant wear and tear, the wear and tear is creeping up. Many drivers don’t notice at first that you are not braking with your brake device, because you had become accustomed to the continuously increased pressure on the pedal and extended stopping distance already. The Classic Center from some worn out 80% of all currently used braking device in the classic cars of the 1950s and 1960s, and accordingly was to be exchanged.
Complete replacement instead of a simple Overhaul to make more sense
Because of the large number of precisely matched components for Overhaul or exchange of the individual components can ensure long-lasting functionality and safety. Consequently, the Mercedes-Benz Classic Center has placed the entire braking device as a new design and guaranteed with this original part for the highest standards of quality and safety.
Newly available two Variants:
T 50/24 – A 000 430 29 30 for the series W110-W111*
T 50/26 – A 000 430 26 30 for the W111* – W112 – W198
(*depending on the vehicle Ident no.).
Mercedes-Benz Original part with warranty
As a Mercedes-Benz Original part of each of the two brake booster with two years warranty in Mercedes-Benz Classic Center or about each Mercedes-Benz dealer is available. Each of the brake devices is numbered and has a certificate with confirmation of the carried out and passed pressure and function tests.
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