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Is there a parts list anywhere for rear brakes for a 1995 chevy beretta

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The rear brakes consist of

  1. Drum
  2. Wheel cylinder
  3. Brake Shoes
which you have to get separately at your local part store. The other components can be obtained by purchasing a hardware kit. Which contains springs, keepers, pins....ext One kit contains this hardware for both sides of the rear brake system.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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