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Old 12-17-2005, 09:54 PM
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1977 3/4 rear brakes

Working on 1977 3/4 ton extended cab f250 with 460cid and C6 tranny. Doing rear brakes and seem to extra springs in "spring kit. Can some one send me a picture of the Bendix brake shoe and spring layout. I think that there were some broken springs when it fell apart as I disassembled. Could be that the kit just has extra part or is for multi brake sets. Dumb me I don;t have a shop manual for this vehical as though my 65 year old mind had seen these before. My email is posted on this site in my profile.

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Don't know about the spring kit, or the setup, but....I always do brakes one side at a time, so you have something to refer to, if you forgetn how it goes. Saves grief............
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Here is one listed for a 1.25ton, looks identical to my 1ton. If your 3/4 is full floating, with the hook type retainer pins, it should be the same. If not, I'll find you a different pic.
#14 are the retaining springs, and #12 are the pins.
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Thanks to all that replied. I got pic I needed.
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