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Unread 09-07-2010   #1 (permalink)
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does anyone have a picture of there rear brake with the drum taken off and all hardware and shoes in place? putting everything back together would be alot less time consuming with a guideline. thanks, Matt.
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Hi

You didn't say what year of Mustang. I have several good pics for a 1965 rear drum set on my site here: Mustang Brake Rebuilding and restoration - Rear Drum Brakes

Remember to note where the shorter shoe lining goes. If you get it backwards the brakes either are going to bind or not release.

Each side is a mirror copy of the other. Even if you don't have a 65, the setup is virtually the same on all rear drum brakes.

Front ones are a bit different because they don't have the brake cables and corresponding hardware.

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sorry, its a 1990 lx 5.0. and thanks for the pics ill print them out and try to get things back together. ive done it before, just havnt got to the point where i can do it with no kind of assistance.
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I know it's not a picture like you asked for but hopefully it helps?
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hays manual has nifty step by step instructions with pictures, everyone should invest in one of those books...
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thanks alot ALMOST STK thats exactly what i needed. i have a hayes book and it straight up sucks...
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