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I want to make sure that I put my rear brake shoes back on my 65 the right way. Does the longer shoe (the one with the most meat) go to the front or rear? When I took the brakes apart, the longer one was on the rear. However, when I read the instructions that came with my new brake spring kit, it says that the yellow spring goes on the secondary (rear) shoe. I would think that the secondary shoe would be the shorter one which is the one that came off the front. Maybe I am wrong about this and the secondary show IS the bigger one. Just want to make sure.
 
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According to my shop manual, the primary shoe is the larger shoe.

James

1965 convertible "White Pony", my own lesson in mechanical humility
1968 coupe "Jedstang" for the soon to be 16 y/o boy
 

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i always buy a shop manual just for this type of thing, i forget what what im doin before i finish what im doin... old age maybe? i hope anyways...
to fix this problem i only do one side at a time, so i can look at the other side.
All thoooo..it may be faster to keep a(camachinist) in your pocket for reference.................

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hehehe....they don't make me in pocket size yet but that's in the works...

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