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Yes was prob rubbing up and down and stressed it
That was put on backwards the long section goes over the star wheel area.
Should be one keeps the top of the shoes aligned. Just did my 64 and it had them.
I use a one from a mopar truck, small plastic reservoir. Same one Dr. Diff sells and a adjustable prop valve.
Have to also watch some of the replacement copper washers are steel that is copper plated. Check them with a magnet before use.
Dr Diff is the guy for this! @mobileparts might have it all also.
Usually a good idea.
Yes they are. Might want to add reinforcement plates on them.
Stock mopar worked for me got three treads past the jug nuts.
I know there is a company around that will make the cables custom with the proper ends you want. Of course I found it after I was done.
Found mine on RA went through all the cables that had the right end for the caliper. Bought the shortest ones available and still had to cut the...
Hey Just FYI I had to do this afterwards. Shim the C clips on the axels so you have minimum in/out play. Rubs on the pads and the sound will...
I used the shortest e brake cables from a jeep I could find then just made tabs for the frame and shortened the intermediate cable to need. Looks...
Up on the drivers inner fender well to make it easy to get to.
Rob in my case I am close to 4K. Made a big difference. Easy as hell to do also, Die grinder, and beer is all that was needed.
Might help out been running them a while.
8 1/4 rear and jeep brakes!
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Watch the new ones they are steel with a copper coating and have to be annealed. Hang on just saw some nos.
Get a adjustable one think Dr. diff has them in assorted sized just measure it close and get that range.
Look at 68 and up.
Try here also have seen his work, it is really nice.
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Never knew that at all always pressed them out. and yes the old drum usually was toast afterwards. Thanks!
Just had this I did not have to take the studs out just heated (red hot) the drum area around the center of the hub till it loosened then it...
Heat the drum around the hub it should then be able to be pressed through.
No sweat we have been there.
Just an example
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FSM Factory Service Manual you can get it on line from mymopar.
Get a kit way easier and the FSM has where they go.
If you going from 10" drums you prob have to change them out, not positive though.