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Old 02-17-2013, 07:14 PM
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Which ones goes on the front/

I took the drums off to have them turned. But I'm not sure which ones go on the front and which ones go on the back.

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K9, according to the shop manual, the deeper of the drums will go in the front. The F100 had 11 x 2 in front, 11 x 1 3/4 in the the rear. You should always pick up a factory shop manual as the first purchase you make for any old vehicle you buy. Good luck.
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I have an old shop manual but it is missing a few pages. The brake pages are mostly gone. Thanks for your help.

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So, you have most of a shop manual!
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So, you have most of a shop manual!
.....and I have most of a brain.
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Left one is front right one is back.
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Left one is front right one is back.
Well it turns out that the right one goes on the front and the left on the back. Don't ask how I found out.

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