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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 1979 Chevrolet
Remove caliper and nut to axle should come of with a little help of a rubber hammer. Knock bolts out from the front and drive new ones in from the back. You can use a lugnut with the flat side down to help pull them in and a hammer to help. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
If you have the parking brake system located in the center of the rotor, (the parking brake cable goes inside the "hub" area, and not to the caliper) you have the internal parking brake shoes. The problem is that the drum part gets a rust lip built up and it's very difficult to pull off the rotor because it hangs up. Usually forcing it off stresses some of the hardware inside, but there is not much of an option.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
31 ft lbs for caliper to bracket, then caliper bracket to nuckle is.148 ft lbs for 6400 & 7200 lbs GVWR or
122 ft lbs for 9900 lbs GVWR or
221 ft lbs for 12300 lbs GVWR.
good luck hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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