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Rear Breaks Could you please tell me what size bearings and break pads a 280ZX Datsun has and if it only has break pads or does it have break shoes

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What year and engine wouldve help in the rr u have drums u can view your parts at rockauto.com

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Hi Terry,
Please check out this Link : http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/featured/books_and_manuals/1461465620.html
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May have to shave them pads down, or see if the parts store carries different ones that are thinner. Good luck.

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