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My drums

Discussion in 'Brakes' started by skinny mike, Oct 5, 2018.

  1. skinny mike

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    A surprise. Hadn't looked at my rears cuz I didn't want to see another problem but, yesterday I pulled a drum ( could get to only one). GM rear off of something, some year, don't know. The drum and shoes are in surprisingly good condition. Very dirty and dry, so have to do some cleaning. Done a million Mopars, years ago. GM ,not so many so, guess I better take pics so I can put em back together. Has the E brake hardware and a stub of cable. So...E brake added to my loooong list. Gotta win the lottery! Oh, years ago we used to put a light smear of lithium grease on the backingplate rubbing pads.. Guess here in New Mexico, dusty, not such a good idea so figure on polishing the wear surfaces. Whew! Long winded!
     

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