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Brake Shoe Hold-down Springs
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I have all the front brake parts that were sent to me for my 1951 Henney. Two of the little shoe hold-down springs that attach them to the backing plate are a noticeably longer than the other two. Which shoe gets the longer and which the shorter?

Posted on: 2019/9/10 17:34
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Re: Brake Shoe Hold-down Springs
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Posts: 1948
Today was my deadline to get the front brakes back together before closing up my Oregon shop to return home on Friday. Therefore I guessed that the longer spring goes to the rear spring but if thatís not correct and someone comes up with a definitive answer before I come back, I can easily reverse them.

Posted on: 2019/9/11 19:36
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