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Unread 01-06-2009, 10:13 PM   #1
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i am hearing rear brakes squeaking on my 95 ezgo....what kind of job is it? i haven't looked yet.

don't ask why i spelled brakes wrong in the title.....old age i guess
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Unread 01-06-2009, 10:38 PM   #2
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Its no harder than a car. Take them apart one at a time, use the opposite side as a reference.
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Unread 01-06-2009, 10:42 PM   #3
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Be sure to get the correct pads. If I remember right, 95 - 96 use a different pad than the others...

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thanks for te help. i just wanted to know what i was getting into,but if it is basically like a car/truck i will be alright
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Just remember the MOST IMPORTANT thing. When you put your drums back on - you need 85 ft lbs torque. DO NOT back the nut off to put the cotter pin in.

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Just remember the MOST IMPORTANT thing. When you put your drums back on - you need 85 ft lbs torque. DO NOT back the nut off to put the cotter pin in.
eh just run it down with an impact ..lol
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Also, use anti-seize on those axle splines when reinstalling the drum/hub.
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Also, use anti-seize on those axle splines when reinstalling the drum/hub.
Thanks Gorno!
Yes, Please do this as I might be the next one to do brakes on that cart!
PS you may find them very stuck on there
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