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I haven’t read the thread, but I’ll answer the op’s question.I run 4 wheel manual drum brakes.
It’s not a problem, and IMO, not worth “upgrading”
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I bet it would.
I used Resto Rick’s “Quasimoline” on mine.
It’s been on for a few years, and is holding up great!
4 wheel manual drums on my coronet.
Absolutely no desire or need to go to disc.
Yep, I’ve bought several items from DMT, and never a problem.
I suppose having the correct tools for the job isn’t necessary, but I like good tools that are made in the states, and they make the job easier...
There is a tool kit available to R&R the front suspension.
It has the torsion bar removal tool, upper ball joint socket and bushing presses to do...
That’s a Dorman part number on the stud.
Hit a good auto parts store or order one online
My 68 had 37,000 original miles (verifiable as I have provenance back to the original owner).
While low on miles, just like tires, front end...
May I ask how much a pair of 68-70 b body springs sell for from espo?
Try finelines in Ohio.
I explained the x to you.“Nothing wrong with OE front suspension parts”. If you want to use whiz bang aftermarket stuff, they will be more than...
Nothing wrong with factory suspension parts.To the op, I’d try to fix what you have by metal working it.
There is an abundance of info on this site and the WWW by googling.
Not trying to be a dick, but it’s easier if you just search.
I did mine and...
Most likely, your front suspension needs rebuilt.
I’d do the entire system like you’ve stated already.
No need for any fancy whiz bang parts. Just...
I’ve got manual drums on my 68 coronet RT.
They work perfectly fine. As long as you don’t overheat them, you’ll be fine.Once in awhile I get...
If you sand blast the housing, be prepared to spend considerable time and solvent cleaning the sand out of the housing.
I blasted a housing once...
Labor rates in Ohio are right at 90 an hour or so for a good shop.
A good alignment and front end shop is a blessing.
We have a local shop that has old timers that understand old cars and bias ply tires