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Re: Will this puller work on my rear drums?
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Hi All,

Related Question ...

Is this type of puller the same as is needed for Pre-War Packards? Did Packard use the same tapered shaft arrangement in the 50s?

I have a 41 Clipper (tapered shaft) with drums that (to my knowledge) have not been off in 25+ years. I have only had the car less than a year. I have been able to rebuild the front brakes which had a corroded driver side cylinder. Would love to see what the back cylinders and shoes look like. (Maybe I wouldn't, they do work at least).

I know a MN Packard Club member with an old puller, but he is 250 miles away. Haven't got there yet.

Dan in SD

Posted on: 2008/6/9 21:34
[i][size=small][color=000066]Dan'L in SD
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