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Are the front and rear brake drums interchangeable on 48 f2?

Are the front and rear brake drums interchangeable on 48 f2?

I need to replace a rear on my 48 F2. It is rusted out real good.

But as far as new parts in the parts catalogs I mostly see just the front drum.

Can I use a front on the rear? Or does anyone have a good lead on a rear drum?

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They aren't on the F1, so doubtful on the F2. Check the depth dimensions - that's where you'll likely find the difference.
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No, the front and rear drums are not interchangeable. The rear drums are wider (deeper) than the front. The rear drums are no longer reproduced and are not available anywhere that I could find. Check with FrankCowan on this forum as I believe he still has one good used drum left as I bought one from him about 6 weeks ago.
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FYI,

Ford changed brake design in the mid 1951 model year, the brake drums are different. Here are the drawings for the earlier models and the later models.


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