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Re: rear brake drum removal '50 deluxe 8 Final story!
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Fish'n Jim
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Now U know why I didn't offer the dynomite solution first! I appreciate Owen's comments. Thanks, Owen.
Treading on his thread. Final story right?
Advice - wise men don't need it, fools don't heed it. I'll keep quiet.

Posted on: 2013/11/15 9:31
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Re: rear brake drum removal '50 deluxe 8 Final story!
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I got my rear drums off useing the puller that is discribed in all the maintenance manuals for the 1951 300 series touring sedan with help from a littel bit of heat and lots of paitience but now ive had the drums trued and turned and everything is ready to go back together can anyone give some good advice on what or how to re install the rear drums on the rear axel ????
Thanks in advance

Posted on: 2014/10/28 6:17
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Re: rear brake drum removal '50 deluxe 8 Final story!
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See this thread running concurrent with your question.

BTW, just FYI it's "axle", not axel.

Posted on: 2014/10/28 10:41
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Re: rear brake drum removal '50 deluxe 8
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Wesley Boyer
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I always like how this one topic goes round and round. Maybe Big Kev should setup it's own link, a lot of good information here and what ever works for you without destroying your car the better.
I myself got one hub off by beating on a J.C. Whitney hub puller, but still working on the other side.

Posted on: 2014/10/28 14:16
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