New high quality replacement rear drum brake shoes.

Servicing your Rear Drum Brakes

ACDelco 18B232 Professional Rear Brake Drum Assembly

$49.18
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  • Rebuilding or replacing your drum brakes does not have to be a painful experience. Replace your worn or missing drum brake components and bring your brakes back to proper, safe working condition. Set contains springs, clips...

    Rebuilding or replacing your drum brakes does not have to be a painful experience. Replace your worn or missing drum brake components and bring your brakes back to proper, safe working condition. Set contains springs, clips...

  • This drum brake self-adjuster hardware set includes the necessary pieces to repair/service 1 Right hand (passenger side) drum. Will fit front or rear with 10" brakes. Applications: 1966-69 Charger 1969 Daytona 1965-69...

    Rebuilding or replacing your drum brakes does not have to be a painful experience. Replace your worn or missing drum brake components and bring your brakes back to proper, safe working condition. Set contains springs, clips...

    DISC BRAKES FRONT AND DRUMS REAR WITH MASTER UNDER FLOOR
    • disc/drum, under floor

    The best way to plumb a disc/drum system when the master is under the floor is with a combination valve (PV2) and then a 2 pound residual valve (RPV2) to the front which is needed to prevent fluid from flowing back from the calipers into the master. We also recommend the addition of a 10 lb residual valve (RPV10) to the rear drum brakes.

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    2004-02-21 17:13:49 Wapcaplet 43839 800×600 Test rendering of a drum brake, made by [[User:Wapcaplet|Wapcaplet]] in [[Blender #program#|Blender]] and rendered in [[Yafray]]. See [[User:Wapcaplet/Sandbox]] for details.

    This drum brake self-adjuster hardware set includes the necessary pieces to repair/service 1 Right hand (passenger side) drum. Will fit front or rear with 10" brakes. Applications: A-Body 1969-76 Valiant 1969-76 Dart 1969...

How to Replace Drum Brakes: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Drum brakes have a natural "self-applying" characteristic, better known as "self-energizing." The rotation of the drum can drag either one or both of the shoes into the friction surface, causing the brakes to bite harder, which increases the force holding them together. This increases the stopping power without any additional effort being expended by the driver, but it does make it harder for the driver to modulate the brake's sensitivity. It also makes the brake more sensitive to , as a decrease in brake friction also reduces the amount of brake assist.