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Old 11-29-2007, 14:19   #1 (permalink)
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48 Ford F1 Stuck rear brake drum

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I have a 48 Ford F1 Truck. I am working on the brakes and can not get the rear drum off. I have hit it with a hammer to no avail. It seems as if it is pressed on. I done quite a few brake jobs on newer cars, but never something this old. Any Ideas to get it off would be helpfull. The brakes are not stuck, I can rotate it. And the parking brake is off. Does something else need to be taken off to get it off? Steve.
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Re: 48 Ford F1 Stuck rear brake drum

Have moved to truck area.
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