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Front brake shoes replacement

Post by Buwicked on Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:03 pm

Good evening.
I bought a brand new set of rear brake shoes last week from the internet.
Got Centric 111.01960 shoes. However, i cant find anything for the front!!!
Centric part number is 111.01950 in front, but cant find them anywhere.
Does someone have a parts number for these front brake shoes???
Whatever company it is. One of you probably replaced brakes on these cars over the years.
Thank you
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Re: Front brake shoes replacement

Post by 62cutlassconvert on Fri Mar 09, 2018 1:27 pm

I forget but either the front or back are NLA. Have your's relined.

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Re: Front brake shoes replacement

Post by custom880 on Thu Mar 29, 2018 5:51 pm

don't know if this will help any but if you can find a good part number, aftermarket or old paper catalog from a major manufacture , and take it to a autozone or another store they can punch it into their computer and bring up a replacement part. I've done this at my local autozone where a friend of mine works and we've found spring kits , wheel cylinders and rear shoes (don't need front, went disc) at very reasonable prices. Next on my list is rear bushings for the control arms on the rear axle. They have them yet a Little pricey, going to a bearing/ bushing supply company here local and going to see if I can find match.
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Re: Front brake shoes replacement

Post by 62cutlassconvert on Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:46 pm

Rare Parts in Stockton has rear control arm bushings. Buy them with a jobber level price and they are a decent price. Have other susp parts too.

All the spring kits I have seen are for the later self adjusting brakes even though they reference them for the early non-self adjusting. The springs are not quite right for the early brakes. But, you can make your brakes self adjusting with just a few traded over parts from the later brakes.

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