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Old 02-16-2006, 06:43 AM
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1967 Pontiac GTO brakes

Does anyone have an illustration on how the rear brakes are assembled? I had none of the adjuster hardware on my car when I got it.

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This is a Ford backing plate with the self adjusters........not a Pontiac but they are basically the same.........and should get you started in the right direction.
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The Pontiac wont have the cable for the adjuster.........it's a lever type.
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another question

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On on the hardware I bought to put in my car, there is a piece of wire (similar to #9 wire) that is bent. I have seen them used before but I don't remember where it goes, can you help. I think I can get the rest with that information. Thanks
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Good procedure, passed on from old-timers..... only disassemble one side at a time.
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not a retard

Given the opportunity to view one side done correctly would have made this project too easy. One of the "old timers" removed the adjusters just like the ones in the old days. Thanks for your insight.
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hope these help. they are GM 9.5" rear 67-81
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Thank you. That was exactly what I needed.
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