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Old 08-12-2013, 05:02 AM
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Need used or new 11"x1& 1/2" brake shoes and backing plate any condition and make.

Hello.
I need two 11" x 1 & 1/2 " backing plates with shoes and hardware any condition and make as my machine shop and l with make them fit my 29 Durant.
Does anyone have any or know what cars used the 11 by 1 & 1/2 "shoes?
Thank You.
Lance Haynes
San Diego, CA

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The board doesn't allow want ads on the open forum. You can post it in the classifieds section, the topmost toolbar has a link.

If you still have the metal backings to the brake shoes, you can have them refurbished using new friction material.
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11" backing plates info

Sorry. I did not mean for my post to ask people to sell me anything l was just looking for info as to what cars had a 11" by 1 & 1/2 " shoe.
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Check Fords as I think some of those were that dimension..About late 50 early 60 as I recall..

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Try asking at Kanter. They may not have them but might be able to point you in the right direction. Another place to look is Hemmings.

Good luck.
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