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Old 06-09-2012, 10:21 AM
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F250 rear brake R&R help

Can someone steer me to an existing thread on replacing rear brakes? I've done a ton of half ton brakes but never any 3/4 ton brakes and am wondering what I am getting myself into... I pulled wheels and started pulling hubs... Axle is loose but before I go any further what the heck am I getting myself into....?
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How to Replace F-250 Brake Pads | eHow.com
Try this link out. Let me know if it helps.
How to Replace F-250 Brake Pads | eHow.com
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Thanks. Was looking for rear brake help though....
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1. Pull axle 2. remove bearing nuts and lock keepers 3. remove drum and take pictures of how everything goes 4. replace everything 5. put it back together 6. it's a PIA. I just did mine.
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1. Pull axle 2. remove bearing nuts and lock keepers 3. remove drum and take pictures of how everything goes 4. replace everything 5. put it back together 6. it's a PIA. I just did mine.
I took the passenger side apart but stopped short of removing shoes etc.. Will see what this will cost to have a shop do it. If it's not prohobitively expensive they'll get this job....
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