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Thank you !!!!! The link to a boy and his jeep ( changing brakes on a F350 ), was a lifesaver . THANK YOU , THANK YOU , THANK YOU !!!!
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Well thats completely different from the full floating 10.25 sterling!I like the simplicity of the sterling but I hate having to readjust the brakes every few months.
Why would you have to readjust the brakes on any axle with a properly functioning self-adjusting mechanism, if I'm not mistaken, all of these axles have on thier brakes?
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