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 Posted: 09-14-2021 08:00 am
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Hopefully, this will make your installation easier & faster.
First, we assume you have cleaned the shoes and put a VERY light smearing of brake grease on the 2 pins, the washers, and the parts that slide on the metal. The first picture shows the tools necessary; the special brake shoe pliers are not necessary(unless you like using them), but are used to REMOVE the shoes). Basically, the needle nosed plier and a #0 round screw driver are all that I need.[img][/img]

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