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Unread 01-09-2011, 08:52 AM   #1
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Default 06 President Need Brake Shoe Replacement Advice

Back yard mechanic, looking to save a few bucks. Need to replace worn out brake shoes. Looking for advice, procedure from service manual, things to look out for, etc.
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Unread 01-09-2011, 09:43 PM   #2
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Default Re: 06 President Need Brake Shoe Replacement Advice

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Back yard mechanic, looking to save a few bucks. Need to replace worn out brake shoes. Looking for advice, procedure from service manual, things to look out for, etc.
I'd purchase a manual from a BGW Vendor if they carry them or a CC dealer and also get a PDF version as well. Once you have it... well... no more guess work!
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Unread 01-10-2011, 08:03 AM   #3
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Default Re: 06 President Need Brake Shoe Replacement Advice

What Scuba said!

But, If you've ever worked with drums brakes on a car, CC's are very similar!

Here's a some things to look out for:

~Only do 1 side at a time! and use the other side for reference.
~The axle hub will be in the way, and will make things a bit more difficult, but it can be done!
~There are 2 different sized brake linings per side, (leading, and trailing shoes) pay attention to which, goes where.
~Use a small amount of grease wherever the shoe contacts the backing plate. (WITHOUT getting any on the linings!)
~And make sure to clean and lube the self adjuster!

If you've never worked on drum brakes, either get a manual, or have someone do it for you!
Brakes are something that need to be done RIGHT the first time!

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