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Once again everyone was very helpful. i rounded up all the parts and was ready to put on but then one of my shoes was missing a hole needed for the press in stud other components ride on. So had to order up shoes. Will get back to this in a couple of days.
So it seems the previous owner of my car took out all of the emergency brake parts.
I ordered the cables and the small parts that are in the drum but believe I still need the bar that goes across from one shoe to the other and the 2 springs that are on each bar. Also the arm that the cable pulls...
Had a clunk in the frontend when hitting the brakes. Found the caliper bracket missing a bolt and other one loose. These are the slider type.
Where can I easily and quickly get these bolts??
The easiest way I got the valve to center is first put that wire back on to illuminate the light. Then with car off and booster check valve pulled repeatedly stomp on the brake pedal about 10+ times till light goes out and valve is centered.
Look at one of my above pictures that show my old In-Violet GTX.
Previous owner did the lowers in a silver paint so with a bunch of masking and tin foil I covered anything I didn't want affected and sprayed the Cosmoline from a can I bought from Dayclona years ago. Resto-Rick also sells it...
Yes but like I said either treat them with a satin clear, or ESC's RPM product or paint them a bare metel coating of your choice for longevity.
**** NOTE this suggestions are for hi end driver cars. I never put together an OE competed car.
I think with these questions one of the best places...
You can buy Cosmoline in a spray can from Resto Rick or Dayclona and others to.
Don't know if that Brown on the spindles is to simulate rust but that looks far from correct.
Spindles were bare metal so you can treat them with ESC's RPM or spray them with Stainless Steel paint to simulate bare...