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Old 02-18-2010, 07:42 AM
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i'm really glad this came up i sat and looked at my rear brakes for hours last sat.
i didn't take them apart my book doesn't cover the newer 9 and my internet was down so now i can finish my brakes this weekend and scratch that off the list which keeps getting smaller
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i'm really glad this came up i sat and looked at my rear brakes for hours last sat.
i didn't take them apart my book doesn't cover the newer 9 and my internet was down so now i can finish my brakes this weekend and scratch that off the list which keeps getting smaller
If you have a digital camera, take a couple close up pictures of the brakes BEFORE you disassemble and load it on your computer.

When I do my brakes, I take each piece off and lay it on the floor in the same relative position it was on the wheel. I also make note of which spring was on top of the other, etc.

If you need pictures of the newer brakes off the 9", I have a 66 Ford manual that has some - let me know.
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I have a 1961 F100 4x4 on the rear brakes there doesn't seem to be any self adjusting hardware. I see conflicting information when the self,adjusting system was introduced on th Ford trucks. Should my F100 have the self adjusting brakes as OEM?
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I don't think they came out on the F100 until '64.
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