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I need a diagram for the rear brakes on my 2000 chevrolet silverado 1500. they are supposedly both drum AND disk.

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Yippers, essentially a regular disk brake, with a smaller drum brake, for emergency brake, located in the hub of the rotor. If you can do regular brakes, and disk brakes, you will have no problems with this set up.

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