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REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.
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cooltoys1
Posted 2018-09-11 4:07 PM (#569967)
Subject: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.



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Well, i ordered brake hardware from Kanter, and assumed it was all i needed, but when i recieved it, all that was in the package was 8 return springs??!! I called Kanter and they told me that is all they sell for my 58 Plymouth with manual 12" drums? WTF! Does anyone know if i can use hardware from another application on my 58 Plymouth Belvedere???
Please help, my car has been hung up most of the summer with a brake hardware issue. Id like to enjoy it before the snow flies!
Thanks!!
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mstrug
Posted 2018-09-11 4:34 PM (#569968 - in reply to #569967)
Subject: Re: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.



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You, trusted Kanter? I believe if know the width and diameter if drums, You can search for the hold downs for them. I haven't seen any kit for our cars. Just generic stuff like this:

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/dhb-hw7250?seid=srese3&cm_mmc=pla...

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mikes2nd
Posted 2018-09-11 4:35 PM (#569969 - in reply to #569967)
Subject: Re: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.


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what do you need exactly?
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Powerflite
Posted 2018-09-11 4:41 PM (#569971 - in reply to #569967)
Subject: Re: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.



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I am sure that John at BigM has what you need. Give him a call.
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56D500boy
Posted 2018-09-11 7:20 PM (#569977 - in reply to #569967)
Subject: RE: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.



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If you can point out what you need from the diagrams below, we might have a better chance of helping you.





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cooltoys1
Posted 2018-09-12 3:56 PM (#570009 - in reply to #569967)
Subject: Re: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.



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Well, According to the very helpfull pics put up here by some great people, i am able to deturmine that the springs i got from Kanter are the only thing i may need. I havent pulled it apart yet, i dont have a wheel puller, but i may be in luck, thanks all for your imput.
Jay
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Powerflite
Posted 2018-09-12 5:04 PM (#570011 - in reply to #569967)
Subject: Re: REAR BRAKE HARDWARE.



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Make sure that you have the hold down springs & retainers on there 5-25-1, 8. The brakes will grab and pull terribly without them.
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