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Re: 95 f250 rear brakes

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12-06-2013 12:25:25

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figured it out. had a nut on the back side holding it all on. I'm just gonna take the whole thing with me when I go get the hardware I need yet. already had everything else off, just had to get the last nut.
I took my phone with a forward facing camera and suck that back there with a light. easily showed me what I was missing. now I'm standing in front of the torpedo heater to warm up some. 0 degree wind chill outside today.
Donovan from Wisconsin

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Dick W.

12-06-2013 18:31:05

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 Re: 95 f250 rear brakes in reply to Don-Wi, 12-06-2013 12:25:25  
Make sure to clean everything on that top bolt. That way your parking brake will work and release properly when you are ready to drive.

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12-06-2013 14:35:39

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 Re: 95 f250 rear brakes in reply to Don-Wi, 12-06-2013 12:25:25  
sounds like you got it, yes there is a nut, about 7/16 maybe if I remember right that holds the park brake lever that was in your way of removing the wheel cyl. Sometimes that brake line can be a pain to get loose too.

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12-06-2013 12:46:54

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 Re: 95 f250 rear brakes in reply to Don-Wi, 12-06-2013 12:25:25  
Gland you got it. Why does it seem something always go's south when it's stupid cold?

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