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Old 09-02-2012, 04:33 PM
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1975 ranchero (Brake cylinder change)

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Yes, it can be done.
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Yes, it can be done.
ok do i have to bleed the brakes afterward?
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Do yourself and everyone else on the road a favor and take it to a brake shop.
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Do yourself and everyone else on the road a favor and take it to a brake shop.
brake shop? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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brake shop saying that to a ford user is about as funny as watching my neighbor and his friend who are both Libyan use tape like there rednecks! lol


I could have sworn they where from africa but the more you know the more you laugh lol his honda is F'ed over the privious owner F'ed the oil filter screw threads up... I was doing a tune up for him and "NO FILTER ANYWHERE" fits his honda. Thats what he gets for paying 523 for a Chinese car. I never in my life found or fought a vehicle in my life to get a filter to fit on.


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In addition, Doing a brake job is suppose to be the second most easiest thing next to basic tune ups.
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Then why are you asking stupid questions about a simple repair job instead of just doing it?
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Then why are you asking stupid questions about a simple repair job instead of just doing it?


No joke.

Go get a basic shop manual for your car.
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No joke.

Go get a basic shop manual for your car.
Note this is an echo:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...s-removal.html

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Just trying to drive the point home. Many of his questions could be cured by using one.
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Just trying to drive the point home. Many of his questions could be cured by using one.
book does not tell you everything a haynes is usless.. I ASK QUESTIONS to aid what the book will not tell you..

You can read a book all your life and it cannot teach you everything but what ever i'll do it my self i don't need moronic responses when all i asked is the "QUESTION TO BE ANSWERED."
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Which book do you have?
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Which book do you have?
the crappy haynes manual which is basically useless in certian cases it is too vague for other vehicles and not more specific about your vehicle. They like to chain those haynes manuals with several other vehicles from that year.
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But "Doing a brake job is suppose to be the second most easiest thing" anyway...
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But "Doing a brake job is suppose to be the second most easiest thing" anyway...
If you never have done a brake job "YOU ASK QUESTIONS" still in school duh not in for it...i will go to a reputable dealership and ask them. I am not in for listening to your smart remarks and comments.
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I like the haynes for my year, although they link them to multiple cars and trucks of that year they used basically a lot of the same parts.

Good choice on taking it in.
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