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Old 07-26-2012, 03:21 PM
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Hello Forum, I'm not trusting the auto parts guys on this question- when I buy a set of front/back shoes for the 60- f-250, is it a standard set, or are the backs larger? I know one side is larger, but is that the case all the way around? thanks
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Not 100% sure but I believe that for that truck all four are the same shoe, meaning the set for the rear axle and the set for the front axle should be the same NAPA part number. The only difference should be at each drum, meaning for the right front drum one shoe will be slightly different than the other. I think one will have a little less pad or be tapered off a little differently.
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Not sure if I follow just what your question is. Each drum should have a primary and secondary shoe primary(short lining) to the front, secondary to the rear.
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