Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Pleasant Grove,Utah
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it isnt too hard, most likely you will need to replace the park brake shoes, maybe the rotors(cuz the drum for the park brake is a part of it) The tip off on the drum is a deep ridge on the outer edge. The best way to get things adjusted is to crank out the adjusters till you can just barely get the drum/rotor back over the shoes. It the drums are worn too bad the ridge makes it pretty hard to get them to tighten enough to hold the truck.
Micha, Pleasant Grove, Utah
99 F350 Crew cab long bed, Tymar intake(The real deal)
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