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Old 10-17-2011, 05:07 PM
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ok, 94 f250 rear brake diagram? ya ya..forgot

doing rear brakes on my 94 f250, went and bought new parts, tore it apart, and now for the life of me i cant figure out how and where all these springs go i forgot to take a pic, i thought oh it will be easy, well oops. any diagrams would be much appreciated! or pics of how your brakes are.. i just need to know where all the springs and such go. thankls
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Probably SUPER similar if not the same as this: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/95...ar-brakes.html

Autozones website has a diagram to.
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Did you take the other side apart? If not look at that
Or here is a couple pics
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BTW this is the passenger side but the drivers side is a mirror image
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Had a hold down spring break today, sure glad I found this to fix it. Great pics.
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