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Unread 08-29-2007, 08:32 PM   #1
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how do u pull the drum off i know how much it was a pain in the butt on my chrysler, any tips on how i got no right brakes
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Unread 08-29-2007, 08:44 PM   #2
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Get a torch handy with some PB B'laster. Tungpo has a way he does it that seems to work pretty good.
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Unread 08-30-2007, 06:09 AM   #3
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No No has the right idea, just tap the drum all the way around to loosen up all the dust, it will come off with a little elbow grease!!!!!!!
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I also tap the whole way around the drum and sometimes treated it like a steering wheel to get them off.



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Make sure you back the brake pads off to.That is a great help!!!!!(take the dust cover off and use a screw driver to rotate the gear)and no cussing chryslers they are very sensitive to name calling
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They're very sensitive to driving too, that's why you see so many sitting beside the road.
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we backed the brakes all the way off but a 43 year old car thats been a daily driver for all those years!!!they were almost welded on.and they are sensitive to name calling goin down the highway goin 80 the muffler started fallin off but stayed there for the 100 miles each way.383 big block no muffler is LOUD
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I believe the pro's use a slide pull (big dent puller) to remove hubs, most others use a BFH and beat them off
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we backed the brakes all the way off but a 43 year old car thats been a daily driver for all those years!!!they were almost welded on.and they are sensitive to name calling goin down the highway goin 80 the muffler started fallin off but stayed there for the 100 miles each way.383 big block no muffler is LOUD


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They're very sensitive to driving too, that's why you see so many sitting beside the road.
Ohhh, that one hurt! But, a fairly accurate description of this HIGHLY OVERATED Hemi powered P.U. I'm now driving!!
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get a diesel then you wont have no problems
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