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Old 01-29-2006, 02:02 AM
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'65 Mustang - Squeaky Stops

A recent problem: When I begin to come to a stop in my '65 'Stang, regardless of the speed I'm going (and sometimes and semi-sharp turns) my front right wheel starts to squeak. I'm not sure if my whole front end is squeaking or not, but I'm sure of the front right wheel. What could this be? I am crossing my fingers and hoping for a quick lube job or something that I can do to deal with it.

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No simple fix IMHO......

1) jack the Mustang up.....place stands or a tire under up (for safety )
2) remove the tire/rim
3) remove the brake drum......look at the brake shoes..it it showing metal ?
4) check to see if the hub moves in/out very much. The bearing could be going bad or the adjustment off....

Might as well look at the other side too......
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Thanks. That's a pretty simple fix, though. =)
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