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I need a diagram of 1956 F100 rear brake shoe assembly

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I realize that this is not much of a solution but for 1956 F100 anything you probably have to go straight to the source...Ford.I would say that anyone in the field with that knowledge or diagram would be hard to find.You could try an antique type car business if there is one within a reasonable range of you.I wish I had more and I wish I had that truck too.Good luck! Greg

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