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There is a bump on one side of the brake plunger, does it need to face inside or outside for correct install

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Did you by chance mix up the shoes,adjuster etc? Short shoe (primary) will be closest to front of vehicle.(right side of backing plate.) Larger shoe to rear. Seen them put on backwards many times when changing from one side to the other. If you only took picture of drivers side, and your using that for reference, adjuster, shoes etc, will be wrong when you go to opposite side of truck. What year is this truck?

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