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buckyfarmer

08-29-2010 10:37:38




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Just bought an C at auction and the right brake is froze, wheel wont turn , got handle loose appears lining still stuck ,any easy ways to free it up?




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Greatwest

09-06-2010 23:55:26




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 Re: C brake stuck in reply to buckyfarmer, 08-29-2010 10:37:38  
you could use some stuff called releaseall that is a water soluble lubricant/penetrant. it really eats rust!
good luck, you can also try tapping the shoe with a punch and hammer gently. I would pressure wash it all out and let it dry before putting in the releaseall.
gw



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old

08-29-2010 11:15:25




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 Re: C brake stuck in reply to buckyfarmer, 08-29-2010 10:37:38  
I sort of agree with Dick but I would probably use vinegar because it will eat the rust where as water will only help loosen up the rust



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Dick L

08-29-2010 10:47:56




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 Re: C brake stuck in reply to buckyfarmer, 08-29-2010 10:37:38  
I would suggest water. It is most likely has rusted the lining fast to the drum. If the lining is not bad you sure don't want to use any type of oil. Plug the bottom and fill it with water. Dish soap will make the water wetter and seep between faster.



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