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Unread 03-05-2010, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default No rear brakes 2000 club car

just installed new shoes and drums on rear and cannot get them to adjust out. Everything was put back the original way.
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Unread 03-05-2010, 01:24 PM   #2
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

there are some really good post about brakes in the forum.i myself had trouble with my rear brakes.2001 cc 48v.found that the springs have to be put back in the right direction especially the bottom one and the slide mechanism is the part that holds your brakes centered after they have been applied and then released. it also incorporates the adjuster so it all has to be working properly for them toadjust. hope this helps.
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Unread 03-05-2010, 01:50 PM   #3
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

You have to make sure your cables are good and your shoes are not on backwards.Your your adjusters should have been cleaned and oiled to ensure they work.
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

this is true cables have to be lubed also, some times even replaced when they get kinks in them or frayed.
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

the shoes ahve numbers on them to identify which is the trailing shoe and which is the leading shoe. think the one with 17L on it is the rear one and 17T
is the front.
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

That's one of the models that uses one short and one long shoe per side? If so, did you install them correctly?

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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

You cant really oil cables effectively,but if they are kinked or frayed they are history.They need to move back and forth with little or no effort.
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You cant really oil cables effectively,but if they are kinked or frayed they are history.They need to move back and forth with little or no effort.

Accually you can lube them real easy with a cable luber, they work real nice.
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Unread 03-05-2010, 07:20 PM   #9
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

I had a similar problem (still have) brakes seizing up

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Forgot Which Brake Shoe Is Which

What i cant understand is the diagram attached shows Lead and trail but for which side. Passengers or drivers? Lets say if its for drivers then is it reverse for passengers
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Default Re: No rear brakes 2000 club car

the shoe with 17L always goes to the rear. and probably your seizing brakes are due to lubrication problem either on the backing plate and the shoes or the slide that has the adjuster on it.
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