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LegacyofDan wrote:i had my buddy at advanced auto source me the shoes for 31 bucks.
but i'm sorta perplexed...i have the shoes condensed as small as the lil gear adjusting thing allows it to get, and i have the e brake down, and i even loosened the cable on the ebrake just to be sure, but my rotors will not fit over my shoes.
the shoes are dead identical, the only difference lie between their condition, brand new vs used.
i even wire brushed and sanded the drum portion of the rotor in case the lil itty bitty amount of surface rust was causing it to not go in. still no luck.
i know its a really simple job. and its embarrassing to ask, but wtf could i be doing wrong?
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aubeone wrote:The parts I found locally are identical to the parts that came off my car! I have already swapped the pins over to return the shoes for a $20 core...Pics of the part will be up soon
Here are the Part Numbers;
Part Supplier Part Number Cost
Shoe Set (Yes, all four) Absco A859 $27.86
Hardware Kit (Complete) Carlson 17390 $31.33
Incase you have a hard time finding a local supplier or shop that deals with Absco or Carlson, here is the contact information for the shop that I got mine through.
Chris or Randy
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
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