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06 F350 park brake backing plate rusted out? pics

See the picture... truck hasnt had the parking brake in it for over a year. It was removed when a part was lost on the road one trip, ordered the new park brake kit shortly after. went to install it the other day finally and this is what i find!

Can this backing plate be bought from ford new? Looksl ike its held on by the huge bolts that hold the hub onto the axle.
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Common, you don't need any of that stuff, but if you do replace it, RockAuto is way cheaper than anywhere else. I had my mechanic just leave that stuff off, and just didn't have an ebrake.

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Hello, I was just doing this job on my 2003, f350 w/ 110k miles over the weekend. I got the backing plate at a local parts store. I had the pins and keepers for the brakes get inside the drum and reak havoc when the right side rusted through. The plates were $65 for a set. I know of this happening on other fords and guys have left the parts off but i wanted mine fixed. Once the hub is off like you have pictured, most of the work is done. Remove the remaining 4 nuts and give the bolts a firm smack with a hammer. Removing the plate also requires a little help from a chisel of screw driver.Tightening the hub nut was also a concern of mine. I read in other places (on this site) the torque is 60ft pounds while turning the hub then loosen 7 clicks. 80ft lb on the axle bolts.
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