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hey guys im going to be doing the rear brakes on my truck and there are two different drum sizes. 12-2.5 and 12-3. i was wonder ing if there is a way to tell without pulling the drum off and measuring the shoes. its a 95 250 4wd if theres any other info that would help let me know. thanks

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If i'm correct, the 3" wide would be for a dually.

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On other brands the 3" were for the 1 tons and the 2.5" were for 3/4 tons. I know the 1st gen Dodge 3/4 could run the 3" 1 ton brakes-might be worth checking into.
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I have a 95 F250 4wd and mine were 3inch. Im not sure what rear end it is but i do know it has a 12 bolt cover and its has the HD package with 8800 gvwr. Hope this helps.
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I have a 95 F250 4wd and mine were 3inch. Im not sure what rear end it is but i do know it has a 12 bolt cover and its has the HD package with 8800 gvwr. Hope this helps.
yea mines the HD also with 8800gvw. ill take em apart this weekend and see just to be sure

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D60 swap/mag-hytec rear diff. cover
ts 6 pos./Autometers
melling LPOP/T-500 HPOP
D66 w/1.0 housing and WW2
160/80 rosewoods/bellowed up-pipes
08 king ranch seats/center console
south bend clutch

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