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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Whether 2 WD or 4 WD, you have brake shoes.
They cost about $58 for a set (both rear wheels) at Autozone.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2009
yes I would look in a salvage yard for the seat maybe ebay.com all the bolt holes should already be in the car body so unless you are picky about exact matching seat you could do this your self around $200.00-300.00
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Dear Brake Drum Remover,
I'm gonna tell you how to pull this drum off, ya ready?First off, get the rear of the vehicle up in the air safely, Then pull the rear tires off.After those are off then take a gander at the face of the drums, are there shiny brass looking screws installed on the face of that drum?Ifso remove those counterclockwise, then, take a hammer a shock the face off the drum firmly about three times.Now, go to the opposite side on the face of the drum and do that again, keep on doin that until you can wiggle the drum off by hand...easy as that, any other questions get back to me. I'M HERE TO HELP!!!
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
SOURCE: There is a bang in
Only 3 things can shift wide enough to generate the bang: the muffler, one of the supports for the shocks attached to the rear axle and the rear shaft's intermediate support. All 3 are attached to the body of the car with rubber bushings that have either aged and got loose or they failed all-together.
The only way to determine which is the cause is to get under the car and to start shaking the parts - either with your bare hand or with a small lever. The part that has too much play or on which the bushing is visibly damaged is the culprit - replace the damaged bushing.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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