Abstract of Disclosure Braking arrangement, and vehicles upon which the braking arrangement can be incorporated. The braking arrangement including a set of at least two wet brakes (1), the brakes being adapted to produce different maximum braking force values. Each of the brakes includes a housing (4) with two housing parts (13, 14) which can be separated from one another. A disk set is enclosed in each housing and a means (17) for actuating the disk set is provided for the purpose of producing a braking effect on a rotating member connected to the disk set. The disk set of a first (1) of the brakes includes a first number of disks (7, 10) which are active for braking, and the disk set of a second of the brakes, which brake is intended for a smaller maximum braking force in relation to the first brake, includes, in relation to the first number, a smaller number of disks which are active for braking of the same size as the disks in the first brake. All of the disks (7) in each of the disk sets are arranged so as to interact with at least one adjacent disk (10) in order to produce the braking effect. A first (14) of the housing parts is identical in the two brakes, and a second (13) of the housing parts is of different design in the two brakes.