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03-16-2014 13:28:22

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I have a 3/4 ton 91 Dodge Cummins 4/4 pickup. My question. Is there a replacement brake disc that will go on between the wheel and tire? Instead of going on inside of the hub. On this old dodge you have to take the wheel bearings apart. Then drive the studs out to get the disc off to true them or replace. Rear ones are made the same. Hoping someone has figured this out. Thanks Vic

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T in NE

03-16-2014 16:53:08

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to VicS, 03-16-2014 13:28:22  
You're stuck with what ya got.

A good upgrade while you have the wheel studs out is to swap the 1/2" ones for some 9/16" pieces.

If you want to get closer to peeling your face off the windshield, when you do the rear, swap in some 1-ton brake shoes and 1-ton Chevy wheel cylinders. The 3/4-tons only came with 2 1/2 inch shoes in a 3 inch drum, the 1-tons had 3 inch shoes to match.

Raybestos 413PG/ NAPA TG358 shoes
Raybestos WC36057/WC36058 cylinders

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03-19-2014 17:23:42

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to T in NE, 03-16-2014 16:53:08  
Can a 2005 Chevy 2500HD but be upgraded with wider shoes or wheel cylinders?


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03-19-2014 17:24:33

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to RCP, 03-19-2014 17:23:42  
Duuh, the 2005 Chevy has disc brakes.....

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03-17-2014 07:59:55

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to T in NE, 03-16-2014 16:53:08  
I put the wider brake shoes in my 1992 Dodge Cummins 4WD truck. I didn't need to go to Chevy for bigger wheel cylinders. They were available with Dodge part #s. The original 2.5" brakes used 7/8" bore wheel cylinders. The 3" brakes use 1 1/8" bore wheel cylinders. RAYBESTOS Part # WC36057, BENDIX Part # 33207, WAGNER Part # WC35326, etc.

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03-17-2014 21:31:28

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to jdemaris, 03-17-2014 07:59:55  
That's the parts listed in the thread about the wider shoes on the DTRF. Not much about these trucks that someone there hasn't run into or discovered.

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03-16-2014 16:48:51

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to VicS, 03-16-2014 13:28:22 may be of help.

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03-18-2014 19:37:47

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 Re: 91 Dodge brakes in reply to smallercrawler, 03-16-2014 16:48:51  
Thanks guy's Going to take it to a good brake shop and tell them about the 3 inch rear brakes and bigger cylinders. Vic

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