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Old 10-31-2012, 07:14 AM
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1950 Chevrolet 3/4 ton 3600 series

I know it is difficult to find parts for the huck brakes but i am in need of the toggle arm for the left rear. the toggle arm is approx. 5/8 in.n diameter is is threaded on one end, which the threads go through the front brake shoe, has a 90 degree bend alond with subsequent bends to end with a forked end. There should be a "L" stamped near the forked end.
The purpose of this toggle arm is to force the front brake pad against the brake drum when the emergency brake is applied.
Also I am in need of a right front spindle for this truck.

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1950 Chevy 3/4 ton 3600 series

If you can help me with these parts e-mail to magicdonduck@sbcglobal.net
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ive had pretty good luck getting older cev parts from ecklers out of fla. i found wheel cyl kits and tapered front wheel bearing for 1950 chev car. i also found emergency brake parts for 1955 chev.
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