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Want to return a par of shoes that didn't fit. how do I do it?


Contact vendor for RMA and return protocol.

Aug 28, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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I bought a bag and shoes set but need bigger shoes do i have to send both back and reorder or just send back the shoes


Who is the person u bought the shoes from? See what kind of return policy they have and contact then about the wrong size ??. You only have to return the shoes

Dec 13, 2016 | Clothing Accessories

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I cannot get my brake drum to go on after installing new brake shoes I have tried using the adjuster but still nothing .


Ensure that you have the correct shoes for your vehicle. Some models may have two different sizes for that axles and if you get
the wrong size it may seem to fit, but won't go into the drum. If the shoes are correct, then you need to look at the drum itself. As the brake shoes rub the inside of the drum, they wear the drum down, leaving a raised ridge at the outside edge of the drum. This is what usually causes the issue of drums not going on. If adjusting the self adjuster all the way down to the smallest possible size won't work, then you need to take the drums to a mechanic and have them turned down to get rid of the ridge. It is usually recommended to turn the drums regardless, but they may be under minimum thickness and then would need to be replaced.

Dec 06, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Noise during braking


I read some comments about the rear brakes. Some of the base models have drums on the rear and they have a tricky brake expander on the top. Also some drums come with bearings installed and some do not. Last, the shoes may have a thick and thin shoe on each axle side. This may be because the Emergency brake needs thicker shoes. Old time front shoes had a long and short shoe with I believe the long shoe rearward.

As some people had trouble obtaining the correct set of shoes, finding the adjusters and returning them to zero; it is possible that the Emergency brake reel needs to be released to let the E brake cable to return to its fullest length. This would let the rear shoes have the most room for adjustment and retract them.

Many speak of 2 hours minimum for this project. With bearings needing to be installed in cheaper drums and more than 1 brake shoe called for, this may be a fitting project for a Professional.

Aug 20, 2014 | 2001 Ford Focus

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Returns


Sure. Take them back to where you got them and they should give you a refund. (Unless you got c them on an auction site where the person says that the sales are final.)

Aug 09, 2014 | Clothing Accessories

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The shoes are a perfect fit length wise but seem to narrow if I buy the next size up or half size will this be better or will they be to long


Usually many shoes you can order to be wider or custom order them wider. If you buy the next size up then they will just be longer and still the same width. If the shoes don't fit width length then you will next to go to a site to buy them that ask for your shoes width too. You could check out zappos here, which has the select shoe width size.

Apr 14, 2011 | Nike Zoom Skyposite Shoes

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Diagram for back brakes on a 1995 jeep cherokee sport


Brake Shoes REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Fig. 1: Use a brake cleaner to clean the brake surfaces 86749p23.jpg
Fig. 2: Using a brake tool, remove the return spring from the anchor pin 86749p24.jpg
Fig. 3: Remove the return spring and the adjuster cable guide 86749p25.jpg
Fig. 4: Remove the adjuster cable 86749p26.jpg
Fig. 5: Remove the shoe guide plate 86749p27.jpg
Fig. 6: Disengage the hold-down spring retainers from the hold-down pins 86749p28.jpg
Fig. 7: Remove the hold-down springs and pins 86749p29.jpg
Fig. 8: Pull the shoes apart and then . . . 86749p30.jpg
Fig. 9: . . . remove the parking brake strut and spring 86749p31.jpg
Fig. 10: Remove the shoes from the backing plate 86749p32.jpg
Fig. 11: Disengage the parking brake cable 86749p33.jpg
Fig. 12: Lubricate the shoe contact points — 10 inch drum brake backing plate shown 86749g41.gif
Fig. 13: Adjusting the gauge to fit the brake drum 86749g42.gif
Fig. 14: Adjust the brake shoes to fit the gauge 86749g43.gif
Fig. 15: Adjusting the drum brakes using a brake spoon 86749p35.jpg
CAUTION
Brake shoes may contain asbestos, which has been determined to be a cancer causing agent. Never clean the brake surfaces with compressed air! Avoid inhaling any dust from any brake surface! When cleaning brake surfaces, use a commercially available brake cleaning fluid. NOTE: A brake spring removal tool and a brake adjusting gauge are required for this procedure.
  1. Raise and support the vehicle safely with jackstands.
  2. If the brakes have never been serviced before, the drums will be held on the wheel studs with spring nuts. Remove the spring nuts and discard.
  3. Turn the adjustment starwheel so that the brake shoes are retracted from the brake drum and remove the brake drum.
  4. Install wheel cylinder clamps to retain the wheel cylinder pistons in place and prevent leakage of brake fluid while replacing the shoes.
  5. Remove the U-clip and washer securing the adjuster cable to the parking brake lever.
  6. Remove the adjuster cable, cable guide, adjuster lever and adjuster springs. Remove the return springs with a brake spring remover tool.
  7. Remove the hold-down retainers and springs, then remove the brake shoes. To install:
  8. Clean the backing plate with a brush or cloth. Place a dab of Lubriplate® on each spot where the brake shoes rub on the backing plate. NOTE: Always replace brake linings in axle sets. Never replace linings on one side or just on one wheel.
  9. Thoroughly clean and lubricate the adjuster cable guides, adjuster screw and pivot, parking brake lever and lever pivot pin with multi-purpose grease.
  10. Apply a thin coat of multi-purpose chassis lube to the mounting pads on the backing plate.
  11. Transfer the parking brake actuating lever to the new secondary shoe.
  12. Position the brake shoes on the backing plate, then install the hold-down springs and retainers. Don't forget to engage the parking brake lever with the cable.
  13. Install the parking brake actuating bar and spring between the parking brake lever and primary shoe.
  14. Install the self-adjusting cable, cable guide and upper return springs.
  15. Thoroughly clean the starwheel and lightly lubricate the threads with lithium based grease.
  16. Install the starwheel.
  17. Install the self-adjusting cam and lower spring. A big pair of locking pliers is good for this job.
  18. Check the surface of the brake shoes for any grease that may have gotten on them. If dirty, lightly clean with a piece of sandpaper.
  19. Adjust the brakes, install the brake drum and wheel. Lower the vehicle and test drive.
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Aug 17, 2010 | Jeep Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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Does the abs sensor have to come off to change rear brake shoes on accent?


hi from the uk in answer to your question you do not need to disconnect or remove the abs sensor you just remove the brake drum from the hub then remove shoe locating springs that retain shoes to backplate then lift off and remove bottom return spring this then allows you to slip the brake shoes off w/cyl at top complete with spring and auto adjuster ? then to remove the handbrake cable just pull the shoe and the quadrant lever apart so cable can be lifted out of the hook up on lever ? you can now interchange shes/springs /adjuster on your bench ? also run te adjuster wheel back on thread to off position this will enable you to fit shoes back to backplate and moreso help in fitting cable to its hookup ? when brakeshoes are refitted ? and centralized on back plate ? you can manuall rotate the adjuster wheel and keep tryin the drum for fitting and rotating with no binding trial/error method when satisfied ? refit screws to secure drum then do same with other side when completed you must bleed both wheels this will improve b/pedal your handbrake will also be better/less travel when applied hope these instructions help you ? best wishes from uk

Mar 16, 2010 | 2000 Hyundai Accent

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