There should not be any problem getting shoes for electric brakes.
The however, in this is usually the magnets wear out before the shoes and all individual parts are overly expensive .
The entire backing plate assembly including shoes magnets etc can usually be found for $ 50. or less ( Try eastern marine) and everything is new which is why most shops go this route.
The magnets or shoes would likely cost nearly as much as the whole assembly. If you needed both they would exceed the cost.
As far as i have seen the shoes are pretty much generic. I.E Dexter will fit on Hayes etc.
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