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Brake Drum Identification
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2016/3/13 15:24
From Coalmont, B.C., Canada
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There is a current listing on Ebay for a NOS brake drum that fits a '37-39 1701. In learning a bit from Tsherry's 1940 drum interchange post, this drum would be a 12". In reading the description of the listed piece, the guy said it was from a collection and that he might have more. I emailed him and he came back and said he does have an 11", but doesn't know much more about it than that. The only markings on it are: 05936-R and E35. This doesn't correlate with any of the part numbers on the list Mal posted. Mean anything to anyone?? Thinking the 'R' might denote 'rear'. At any rate, it is a NOS drum and might be of sought after value to someone if it can be identified. Chris.

Posted on: 6/2 18:39:34
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1939 Six, Model 1700
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