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Old 08-10-2007, 07:50 PM
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Ford Drum Brake rebuild help!

I have a 78 Bronco rear in my Model A that I will be rebuilding the drum brakes on. I haven't rebuilt brakes in a few years and It's only been on Chevys. Anyone got a link to a Ford shop manual or website with diagrams or instructions? (I've searched this site). otherwise I'm gonna just wing it from memory.....thanx for any help

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Pretty much the same ... I have a 69 Bronco rear under my 32 roadster.
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If you know for sure they're working right, just needing a rebuild or something, just do one side at a time. Expose both sides, then use one side for reference while you attack the other side.
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thanx for the pic. I had nothing to go by as both sides were apart when I got the front end. just wanted to make sure I had everything right. alls good.
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