The S-cam shaft on the drum brake system is the mechanism used to transfer force from the air brake chamber to the brake shoes.
The air the brake chamber piston is attached to a push rod, which turns the slack adjuster.
The slack adjuster connects the push rod to another the s-cam shaft, which then rotates.
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Metal Cam Straps come in many different designs typically utilizing a Cam Buckle sewn to the end of a piece of webbing.You would feed the loose end of your Metal Cam Strap around your object and back through the Cam Buckle from the underside of the buckle.Metal Cam Buckle teeth are designed so that webbing can be pulled up and through the mouth of the buckle to tighten.The teeth will grip the webbing and not let it slip back down.Metal Cam Straps are used in light to medium applications where you need something held strong and tight, even through rough conditions.Our Euclid and BWP (Brake and Wheel Parts) s-cam shafts provide the highest quality to improve brake control, safety, efficiency, and operating profits.