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Old 12-06-2005, 06:27 PM
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Newer GM parking brake shoes, Where to find?

I have both a 2000 Chevy Impala and 1999 GMC Jimmy with rear disc brakes and the inner drum parking brake assembly.

While changing pads on the Jimmy and cleaning everything up from the previous owners lack of care or abilities I found that the shoes on the Jimmy need replacing BADLY.

I have contacted EVERY parts store in the general area with absolutely NO luck, none of them list or carry such a thing.

The only option left is the dealer but they haven't been helpful in other needs of mine lately.

Is there any other sources for these one piece GM parking brake shoes?

I am in need of at least one pair for now, but since the Jimmy and my Malibu have the same axle assembly- I am considering upgrading the Malibu to rear discs with the Jimmy hardware.

I also have a need for one of the rear disc backing plates, the passenger side rear plate is rusted about halfway across and in a year or less will need replacing too. Plus I could also use a pair of these for the swap on the Malibu.

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Old 12-06-2005, 09:03 PM
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Not sure if this will help M&M but I have been getting these from Oreilly auto parts and they are Delco parts too... I can check a price for you tomorrow to see how it compares to the dealer...?

Some they have in stock and some they order from Houston for next day... Still can check to see...?
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I have been only able to find the parking shoe for these at the dealer. So far.

The Impala part number is 18026285 and listed for $94.68 per pair at my local Chevy dealer. GMpartsdirect.com lists these for $47.33 not specifying each or per pair.

The Jimmy/Blazer/Pick-up/Bravada part number is 12376295 and listed for $70.02 per pair at my local Chevy dealer. This part number seems to have confused GMpartsdirect.com because it lists this part number as a kit at a cost of $17.51.
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