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Old 03-04-2007, 08:46 PM
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Missing piece, need help

Ok so I have been putting posi and gears in my truck and am putting it all back together and have noticed i seemed to of miss placed something, but not sure whats it's called. On my rear brakes, drums, on a 12 bolt chevy there are two "studs" with a flat point on one side that go into the wheel cylinder and then contact the shoes on the other side. Thought a hardware kit would have it, nope, cant find em, i have one set but but need two more, any one know where i can find em? I can post a pic tomorrow when I get to work if it will help, thanks ya'll

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Old 03-04-2007, 10:21 PM
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Pictures are always good. Right now, I think I know what you're after, but my CRS is kicking me. IIRC, my old '84 Chevy had those pieces too. Dratt, stumped till tomorrow.


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Seems like something always escapes. Or there's parts left over, one.

Any idea where the others might have gone? If not, take one down to your friendly local auto parts store and see if they have any that match. No luck? Try a wrecking yard, or maybe a brake shop might have some laying around.
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Old 03-05-2007, 09:28 AM
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the parts guys at out local stores ain't worth squat. The guy we have at our shop knows his stuff and worked in parts for ever, so I brought on in today and bam he knew what it was and found me one at a store i know if I had gone there, they woulda said SOL. I'll post a pic and what the book calls it in a few when I find the camera, thanks a bunch guys.
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This is a (thumbnail) picture of my 11-5/32" x 2-3/4" rear brakes.
The full picture is too large to post here... check my journal (entry #18) to see a larger view.

I think the parts that you are referring to are the "links" (red in this pic) that fit between the wheel cylinder and shoe. They have a somewhat oval head on them with slots cut in where they engage the shoe.

Wagner, Raybestos, EIS all use P/N H1422
Crosses to NAPA # 80459 ... but I can't find any pictures anywhere, except in a printed version of an EIS catalog that I have in my hand.
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66GMC thats exactly what it is, a brake shoe link we found a # and it crossed to something else and is on the way, hope its the right one, thanks ya'll for the help. Here is a pic of what I'v got.
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Yup that's the one.

They ARE a little hard to find in the catalog ... they're not listed in the regular application section ... they're usually in the back of the PAPER "Illustrated Brake Parts" catalog with brake springs and other misc drum brake hdwe.

God help us all when paper catalogs disappear forever!
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Yep, those were exactly what my '84 had. Pains in the arse when you loose them....


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Yup that's the one.

God help us all when paper catalogs disappear forever!
I here that I just ordered a parts and repair book for a new john Deere tractor we got in today, it was over $130 more for the paper versions, but there so much more user friendly, and this is coming from a 20 year old who grew up with computers. i found two of them rascals, and spent a long time looking for the other two in the shop today, found one, and parts store had only one, so it all worked out, now i got to fix this darn line lock leak
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