Found a Source for 10” rear drums with 1-3/4” shoe

Brakes for your Classic Mopar

  1. Miszny

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    Um, that 103mm depth is like 4 inches -- that seems awfully deep for a 1-3/4in shoe width drum.
     
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      Check your current drum sizes carefully before you order. Looks to me the Centric 123.63044 is totally different than your linked drums.
       
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      The Jeep drum "wraps" the backing plate around with external finned part as the friction surface is over 20mm deeper then overall drum height. I will keep you guys posted on this.

      The 123.63044 drum is around 75mm total height and the Jeep drum around 100mm.

      I ordered a pair with option to return them so it's zero risk. I should know by weekend what's what.
       
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      These are measurements of the 123.63044 drum by manufacturer.

      Can someone verify these numbers?

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      If you need to fit Jeep drums on, you can do it as shown in these photos.
      You need longer wheel studs for that. In my case I had SBP centering part, and Jeep drums have LBP centering hole, so also this needed to be addressed.
      Its not for everybody and I don't recommend it but as shown here it can be done.

      In my case I had this spacer on the outside of the previous drums anyway cause my tires were rubbing.
      Its about 7mm thick.

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        Thanks to everyone for posting up the part numbers!
         
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        Thanks and a tip of my hat to g413, I had just about given up on ever finding 10x1-3/4 drums when I stumbled on this post while looking for something else, go figure. I took a chance and ordered a pair in spite of their being listed by Centric as front drums. They arrived today and they are dimensionally perfect. They look to be better built than the OEM's, are a bit heavier, and certainly have a nicer machined finish. Our local auto parts sells Centric and this number doesn't exist in his catalog nor on the warehouse website.
        This forum is the best, and an amazing resource.
         
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          Wow so what the part number ?
           
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          123.63044
           
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          disregard, I was trying to mount 13's that was sold to me as 14's...Dooh!
           
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          And that's why those grabby squealing 9 inch brakes were so prevalent on early A-body's.
           
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          Just ordered two 30 bucks each there listed as rear 10 inch now but no spec on bolt pattern or shoe size thanks Fabo and who started this post
           
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          These are for a 4" bolt circle and the shoe width is 1-3/4" wide.
           
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          This^^^^^^^^
          Mine look like after 4-1/2" re-drill...……….
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          Exactly what I need
           
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          I bought these from rock auto recently. They look to fit but there is a lip on the originals that fits over the brake mount on the rear diff, and there is not that on the centrix 123.63044(see pics) part. Have you had any issues with this? Does those pics match the drums you got?

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          Many people have questioned this. They are made a little differently, but they fit fine.
           
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          I cant find anyone selling them anymore!
           
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          They are available almost everywhere, I just checked. Summit has them Centric C-Tek Standard Brake Drums 123.63044
          and so does Amazon...Or just google 123.63044 and pick your seller of choice. Price range $38-$45 each. Best wishes Sammie. Untitled.jpg
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          I checked there . I'll check again thanks!
           
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          This has been the most helpful thread I think period. Was pulling my hair out trying to get some SBP 10 x 1 3/4" compatible rear drums for the 67 Dart and was striking out big time. Just got a Centric/C-tek 123.63044 in the mail today and gave it a test fit. Excellent! Will buy a few more just because I'm at the point now where I stock my own parts for the daily driver. Now if I can just find someone local who wants to buy some 9" rear drums I bought by mistake...
           
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          Man I wish I had found this thread sooner but how mad can I be?! My parking brake locked up on a long trip and I didn’t realize till it was too late. Ruined my drums and everything inside. I looked and looked for the right brakes and only found some used drums for like $250 or so. Bearings were clicking in my 7.25 too so I went ahead and located an 8.25 bbp and am doing the swap. If I had found out about them making these drums I might not have been taking out the whole rear end. But I guess it’s good info to have now ‍♂️. Anyway. Glad some folks have found this in time!

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        • pishta

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          well, the guys selling used drums for $250 are hurting now.....
           
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