Hopefully evolution , so later one is best evolved ?? also their #95?? Noted it fits 62, too, that is a 727. I never noticed any differences, but someone said they had one with different drillings, and did not fit ? Maybe late one has all drillings, so replacement part for all ? If otherwise the same, you could drill it?
An answer and a mystery:
I just phoned Northwestern Auto Supply in Grand Rapids and Gene said they refer to this shoe as a #95, and that they have a re-lined pair available. The price is $50 for the pair, and $30 for the core. He says they have the one pair ready now, but several cores waiting to go in for re-lining at the moment. Their website is www.northwesternautosupply.
com/and their phone is 616.241.5611
The mystery I don't know the answer to is that Chrysler called out #1406690 for '55-58, #2084041 for '59, and #2122213 for '60-62. Seems odd that Chrysler has three part numbers and yet the "#95" shoe would fit all three applications.
I'm not sure if there's a difference between years, but last year my brother got a pair from his local NAPA store. They were a perfect fit for his '55. I installed them. I personally have seen them numerous time for sale (NEW) on EBAY, but I have never purchased any. As Dave Schwandt says "save your old ones".
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From: "Travis Baker travisbaker4@xxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300]" <Chrysler300-noreply@
Subject: [Chrysler300] Hello
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2017 09:29:38 -0400
Doe's anyone know where I can find the Parking Brake Shoes?
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