Ford? That's about $450 less than usual (and as a guy familiar with Ford brakes, having someone else do them is worth every penny).$750 just parts to replace my rear drums, seals, shoes and hardware, and about $200 just for the front pads plus labor. I'm spending it just as fast as I'm making it.
My cable snapped when I was backing up in an RV park and some idiot geriatric recliner lover rode their bike right behind me! So I hit e brake and the stupid cable snapped. Took me a bit to get it disengagedEmergency breaks are the worst.
Nah couldn’t handle the weight. Original engine was a 170 inline 6. I replaced with a rebuilt 200 inline 6. Could go bigger without cutting doghouse and the shaft and rear end were real small. Wasn’t till 65 that you could drop in big block 6’s or swap out for v8’s plus by then they had the beefy drive shafts and rear ends.Be nice with a 370 in it.
I had two of these, one like this with the Falcon 170, and a later "supervan" extended with the bigger block 240 straight 6.
Great price!Isuzu box with a chevy bowtie on it
Remember me.....I'm the one that tol you$750 just parts to replace my rear drums, seals, shoes and hardware, and about $200 just for the front pads plus labor. I'm spending it just as fast as I'm making it.
That’s the nicest thing you’ve ever said to meRemember me.....I'm the one that tol you
How dumb you were fo pulling the trailer...
THEN after that I told you how expensive
The 3/4 and 1 ton trucks are to keep up...
You know..I'm not gonna be around forever to share my expertise....
However..you HAVE come a long way on your cc journey....from that da you used to be!.
I replaced the rear drums because the mechanic said they had stress cracks all through the drums, and they didn't feel comfortable turning them. I'm assuming this was the original drums at 173k miles on the trucksame truck we have W3500. Brakes are expensive... just swap the front pads often, the rear drums last forever